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Scripts for 6th December Finland Independence Day

Like everywhere else independence day is a holiday in Finland. In Finland, December 6 marks the Finnish independence day from Russian empire. Since 1807, Finland had been a part of Russia. After the Russian defeat in the World War I, independence day movement started. Then on 6 December 1917, Finland finally got its independence. However, Finnish independence day was first celebrated in 1919. Usually Finnish has been celebrating their independence by patriotic speeches and special church visits. In recent times, they show their gratitude for the independence by vibrant activities and cakes with blue and white icing on them and two candles on the windows of every home as it is said to recall a time when two candles were placed in the window as a sign to Finnish soldiers that the house would offer them shelter and hide them from the Russians. Below I have covered the anchoring scripts for 6th December Finland independence day celebration.

6th December Finland Independence Day
6th December Finland Independence Day

Scripts for 6th December Finland Independence Day

“The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.” –Albert Camus

Hello and good morning, everyone. We hope you are all in good shape. The reason we all have gathered here is to celebrate the Finnish Independence Day which is one of the most important events that Finnish people celebrate every year.

Seeing that, I on behalf of (name of the second speaker), Respected principle, hardworking teachers, and the entire school family, welcome you all ladies, gentlemen, and dear students to our today’s auspicious and vibrant event/ceremony.

National Anthem

With faith, discipline and selfless devotion to duty, there is nothing worthwhile that you can’t achieve. 

It was difficult to get freedom until we were fully ready to devote with discipline. Every time, December 6 reminds us of the struggle, devotion, sacrifice, and unity to get freedom from Russian rule.

To start this beautiful day, we want you all to stand up for the Finnish National anthem.

Thank you, everybody.

Did you know that Finland has 179,888 islands and 187,888 lakes?

Welcome Tableau

Now put your hands together for our little dancers who have worked so hard to welcome you all.

Wow, it was a splendid performance. We are sure that their performance made you glad.

Speech

We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

 Moving forward, we want (name of the speaker) to be present on the stage for his speech.

For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” Thank you (name of the speaker).

Calling the principle on the stage

And now we would like to call upon our respected and hardworking principle. So, put your hands together for him.

We all owe you, sir. Without you and your hard work and dedication, it is impossible to make sure quality education.

Conclusion

Undoubtedly. We hope you had a great time, however, wish you all happiness, peace, health, success, and liberty.

I hope the Anchoring Script for the Finland independence day was helpful. Don’t forget to write your views in the comment section below.

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