Mikulas, Angel and Devil at MSD IT

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St. Nicholas visited our building to learn how colleagues’ kids behaved this past year.

One of the oldest Czech holiday traditions, Mikulas, takes place on December 5 every year. This is when St. Nicholas (Mikulas), the Angel and the Devil visit the children. MSD’s very own squad was beyond magical and met with our colleague’s children at our IT Hub.

St. Nicholas praised the kids for their good deeds and admonished them for the bad ones with the Devil lurking in the back of the room. The kids passionately sang Christmas carols, decorated gingerbread cookies, created paper cutouts and had a lot of fun. The attendance exceeded our expectations with over 100 children enjoying the occasion along with their parents.

 

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