Samoa, Siva, Don Bosco, Saleologa

Don Bosco Students Dance for the Archbishop and Prime Minister

In the previous Video of the Week, you could see the Don Bosco students practicing their dance routine. Here they are in a command performance  made in front of  His Grace Arch-Bishop Alapati Mataeliga and the Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi  at the opening of the Don Bosco Secondary School in Salelologa, Savaii on June 6th.

Polynesian Xplorer founder, Vaimasenu’u Zita Martel was invited to celebrate this achievement with the students of Don Bosco’s school in Apia, all of which participated in the Savaii celebration, and many of which have been crew in Zita’s winning Fautasi, the Segavao.

The school is a remarkable achievement – having been constructed from local materials, using local labour, supervised by the technical teachers at Apia’s Don Bosco staff and supported by funds  (over AUS $1 million) raised from Samoa, Australia, and Germany.

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