Scenes from Children’s Mashramani Float Parade

These smartly dressed ladies are the majorettes from the Glaston Ballet School.

Students from the Hinterland School Scholarship Progamme attired in brightly coloured feathers and indigenous costumes.

 

A leopard showing his ferocity.

The Region Nine contingent out of Rupununi.

 

 

 

 

Lodge Primary’s Celebration of Liquid Gold float carrier.

 

 

A chorus line of energetic students.

 

 

 

A beautiful butterfly lady, one of the floats portraying our fauna.

Reflecting connectivity in our telecommunications industry.

 

This little reveller depicting our gold industry was part of the Massey Ferguson sponsored band.

Depicting the Info-Guyanese culture this beauty form Lodge Nursery decked out in her sari.

 

Proudly bearing different sections of Guyana’s coat of arms.

Family takes shade while enjoying the float parade.

 

 

 

 

 

“From the Farm to the Pot” Region Two representing strong.

All smiles.

 

Cleo Adams along with her grandchild take a minute pose for a photograph.

Young one proudly showcasing her Guyana flag while enjoying the proceedings.

 

CreditInfo and St. Ambrose Primary School’s float, A Canopy of Heleconia’s : Protection For Your Financial Reputation.

St. Anne’s Primary’s Pollination float under the category of Flora.

 

 

Little one bashfully displays her fauna costume.

Peacock in full regalia.

 

Some of the spectators that turned out at the National Park to witness the Children’s Float Parade.

Minister of Education Nicolette Henry waves at the spectators

 

 

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