The Guntur Round Table distributes books to poor children
GUNTUR: The GRT chairman Lanka Kranti Sekhar promises that the Guntur Round Table (GRT-86) feels obliged to give full support to the underprivileged children who study at the state schools.

He said it was encouraging that many young leaders who are part of the GRT are interested in participating in the service activities. GRT members distributed books and stationery to school children at the town high school in Swarnandhra Nagar on Friday. He said that its member, Surendra Sriram, B Bhargavi, paid all of the cost of the books distributed to the children.

Ramkumar, senior member of GRT, and Silpa, director of the ladies’ group, said many of their members were enthusiastic about the service activities by saving money. They said that even though GRT members were engaged in their own businesses, they provided financial support for the charity work. Headmaster Rajyalakshmi played a key role in getting the children to school in order to receive gifts from GRT members.

About 350 sets of books were distributed to the children in grades I to VII. “It was a happy moment for us to save money for the distribution of books to the children from the slum area. It brought the festival a day in advance,” said sponsors Surendra Sriram and Bhargavi. The chairwoman of the women’s group, Lanka Chaitanya Priyadarshni, was also present.


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