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Sarova Stanley holds Christmas Tree lighting ceremony

Tree was laden with wrapped gifts and holiday seasons messages

In Summary

• The theme of the Christmas Tree lighting is usually to symbolise hope and the good in the world

One of the oldest and popular hotels in Kenya, the Sarova Stanley, recently held its annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony. 

The theme of the Christmas Tree lighting is usually to symbolise hope and the good in the world. Every year, the pioneer hotel celebrates the value of life by lighting its Christmas tree at Thorn Tree Cafe. 

Hotel staff invited guests and members of the public joined in the ceremony as Sarova Stanley operations manager Tom Korir and National Museums of Kenya marketing officer Innocent Nyagah officially cut the tape to launch the Christmas Tree, which was laden with wrapped gifts and holiday seasons messages.

National Musums of Kenya marketing officer Innocent Nyagah and Sarova Stanley operations manager officially cut the tape to the Christmas Tree
National Musums of Kenya marketing officer Innocent Nyagah and Sarova Stanley operations manager officially cut the tape to the Christmas Tree
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Sarova Stanley corporate sales manager Bernard Itabete
Sarova Stanley corporate sales manager Bernard Itabete
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A section of the Christmas Tree decorated with gifts
A section of the Christmas Tree decorated with gifts
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Janet Kims and Janet Jackel hold some of the gifts
Janet Kims and Janet Jackel hold some of the gifts
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Sarova Stanley's Joseph Mwita and Sylvester Ochanda
Sarova Stanley's Joseph Mwita and Sylvester Ochanda
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Personal assistant Beldine Tichi exchanges gifts with Natale Musilah
Personal assistant Beldine Tichi exchanges gifts with Natale Musilah
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