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BlueSky brings Christmas spirit to SVSG in neighboring Samoa

APIA, Samoa —Prior to BlueSky’s launch of their 4G network, the staff paid a visit to the Samoa Victim Support Group (SVSG) Home School.

The purpose of BlueSky’s visit was to bring the Christmas spirit to SVSG Home School students. 

On the evening of Monday, 12 December 2011, a group of angels from BlueSky went to SVSG’s Home School where they worked laboriously for over three hours, tidying up the room, setting up chairs and tables, and adorning the entire room with Christmas decorations, including a real Christmas tree.  The tree stood out with glistening ornaments and sparkling garland.

The ensuing morning, when the students arrived at school, they were amazed to see their ordinary classroom turned into a Christmas wonderland.  The distinct fragrance of pine permeated the air as the children were dumbstruck and gazed in awe at the transformation.

BlueSky treated the children and SVSG staff to presents, treats, sandwiches, and finger foods. In tears of happiness, SVSG President, Lina Chang expressed her appreciation to BlueSky saying that “in the six years of SVSG’s existence, never once have the SVSG children been so blessed to have such a wonderful Christmas with actual presents that they could place under an actual Christmas tree.”

SVSG Home School students expressed their gratitude through song, as they performed numbers they have been preparing for their debut as “SVSG Angels (Kids) Choir” tonight at Tanoa Tusitala Hotel.

SVSG is grateful to BlueSky CEO, Adolfo Montenegro, and his staff for making this all possible.

SVSG — Aspiring for a Samoa Society where Victims of Crime are accepted, supported and cared for with love and compassion & Advocating for their Rights & Rehabilitation of their lives.

Source: BlueSky media release



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