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  • Writer's picturePremanandhan Narayanan

Slam Book and Rose Ceremony: A Memorable Farewell

The farewell event is a great way to celebrate the accomplishments of the group and to say goodbye in a memorable way.

To begin the event, all participants are seated in a round fashion facing each other. Each individual is provided with a slam book where they can write their name on the first page. The book is then passed to the next person, who writes down the good qualities of the person whose book they received. The process is repeated until each person has received their own slam book and everyone has had the opportunity to write something positive about each other.

This activity is a great way to express gratitude, appreciation, and love towards one another. It provides an opportunity for people to reflect on the good qualities and positive attributes of their colleagues, friends, or classmates. It's a great way to build a positive community and celebrate each other's unique talents and qualities.

After the slam book activity, each and every one is given a rose. This symbolizes love, affection, and appreciation towards one another. Each person is then asked to meet and wish every other person in the room, and exchange the rose. This is a great way to break the ice and interact with everyone in a positive way. It's also an opportunity for people to connect and express their feelings towards one another.

If the group is all male or all female, hugging each other is a great way to further express their affection and appreciation. This helps to create an even stronger bond between the participants, and provides a lasting memory of the event.

Overall, this farewell event is a great way to celebrate the group's achievements and create a positive, lasting memory. It's a perfect way to express appreciation, gratitude, and love towards one another, and to build a strong sense of community.

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22 feb 2023

Really nice

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