Feeling slightly challenged by Shayok and their Rs. 2.5 lakh rink, the Da-Hanu-pa ended the meeting by scoffing at that exorbitant amount.
We can ask the army to bring tippers of sand up from Tang, the Yokma Sarpanch said.
I went to school with the Commanding Officer from the Biama side, the Counselor said. He'll give a truck to bring the children back and forth each day.
We'll give all the parents empty bags marked "Winter Camp" and they will put a cup of rice or dal or namphe in each day. By December, we'll have all the food we need the Khas Khas Goba said.
We'll take turns cooking the Women's Coop Representative said.
And by the way, she said, with a lovely sheepish smile. Can we skate too?
Ownership: noun The act, state, or right of possessing something.
Aid: Financial or material help given to a country or area in need.
It's not easy sometimes. But the kids are seeing that when they work together toward a common goal, they achieve something they truly own.
Kinda like playing hockey. Working together. Common Goal. Achievement. Ownership.