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Volunteers of Nizhny Novgorod work on Christmas for disabled children

Volunteers of Nizhny Novgorod work on Christmas for disabled children. 46091.jpegAn action for children "Let's give children Christmas" has started in Nizhny Novgorod. On December 10th, the first meeting of the "School of Ded Moroz" (Ded Moroz, or Grandfather Frost, is Russia's Santa Claus). The classes of this school will be organized for volunteers, who want to help disabled children.

The classes will be held in the building of the Church in Honor of Icon of Virgin Mary. "Let's give children Christmas" action will be held in all deaneries of the Nizhny Novgorod region.

The "School of Ded Moroz" will hold classes for volunteers, who wish to congratulate disabled children on Christmas. The program of classes includes: peculiarities of work with disabled children, working with the voice, facial gestures, costumes; organizing home holidays, working with one child and their parents.

 

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