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FOCUS Kuwait Conducted Colors Day & New Year Celebration


Posted on : January 27, 2017, 1:14 pm

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Forum of CAD Users (FOCUS) Kuwait conducted Colors Day and New Year Celebration 2017. The Colors Day was fully dedicated to the children and members to express their art of mind and talent of painting. The presence, dedication and spirit of all participants made the event a big success and eye catcher for all those who attended the event. The program was held at Abbasiya Community Hall on 13th January 2017 from 2.30 p.m. onwards. The inaugural function was presided by Focus President Mr. Thampi Lukose and famous artist Dr. John Arts Kalabhavan inaugurated by drawing a caricature.  Felicitation speeches by the General Secretary Mr. Mukesh Karayil and the  Treasurer Mr. Mohammed  Farooq. Colors Day Convener Mr. Rajeev C. R welcomed the gathering and Joint Convener Mr. Sirajudheen expressed the vote of thanks.

 

The drawing and coloring competition was held by categorizing the participants from LKG to 10th standard into four groups and also separate competition for ladies and gents for caricature drawing. The winners are decided by the prominent judges Dr. John Arts and Mr. Titto Joseph and are congratulated by giving certificates and trophies.

 

The winners are Group A: Asna Ajo (1st Prize), Vaishnavi Rajeev (2nd Prize), Rainu Susan Robin (3rd Prize). Group B: Abel Jiji (1st Prize), Abimel Mathew (2nd Prize), Allen Jolly (3rd Prize). Group C: Afrah Parveen (1st Prize), Ruth Mary Reji (2nd Prize), Liya Mariya Joseph (3rd Prize). Group D: Noel Jiji (1st Prize), Ann Rose Joshy (2nd Prize), Alisha Sara Shaji (3rd Prize), Akhila Cici Biju (Special Consolation Prize). Group E (Male): Santhosh. V. Thomas (1st Prize), Muslih (2nd Prize), Sathyan (3rd Prize). Group E (Female): Dhanya Joshy (1st Prize), Jaisy Toby (2nd Prize), Jensy Mathew (3rd Prize)

 

The awareness program by Dr. Mini Kurian Kodiat, the Special Educator and Counselor on the subject “Awareness on Child Abuse” was passionately and reverently captured by all the attendees. 

 

The prizes for the raffle draw winners of Focus Fest were also given during this event. The orchestra by Rhythm was another attraction of this Program. Mr. Shaju M. Jose (Colors Day Joint Convener), P. K. Sunil Kumar, (Vice President) , Mr. Saji Joy (Joint Treasurer ),  Mr. S.Ratheesh kumar, Mr. SalimRaj, Mr.Mohamed Iqbal,(Advisory Bord Members)  Mr. Shibu Samual, Mr. Saji Mon, Mr. Roby Mathew, Mr. Nadirsha, Mr. Regikumar, Mr. Nithinkumar, Mr. Danial Thomas, Mr. Sajan, Mr. Shajikutty( Welfare Convener), Mr. Joji V Alex, Mr .Disilva John, Mrs. Reshmi Rajeev and all working committee members co-ordinated the whole program.

 

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