Posted on : November 15, 2017, 1:26 pm
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YMCA Kuwait conducted Keralotsavam at Indian Community Senior School Auditorium, Salmiya with various cultural programs. Program started with the opening prayer by Mr. Babu Johnson. The program was inaugurated by Rt. Rev. Dr. Euyakim Mar Coorilos Episcopa of Mar Thoma Church by lighting the traditional Lamp. Mr. Mathew Eapen (YMCA President) presided over the inaugural function. Members and their children performed various cultural programs during the event. Cultural program started with Thiruvathira, Solos by Mr. Jacob George and Mr. Sunu Oommen, Group Dance by Kumari Lena & Nia, Kumari Irene & Rana, Violin Instrumental Music by Kumari Irene Saju, Fashion Show by Red Cherries, Group Dance by Mrs. Salma & Team. YMCA Choir members performed a special song on the occasion. Vanchipattu ( Boat song ) on YMCA Chundan vallam (snake boat) by members lead by its Captain Mathew Varkey was a special attraction of the event. It was a memorable day and a great opportunity for all members to mingle with each other and renew their friendship.
Mr. Ajesh Thomas (Convener) gave the details about the program and the YMCA upcoming events. He mentioned that YMCA Carols will be conducted on 28th December 2017 with the participation of Ecumenical churches in Kuwait. Another program in the pipeline is the Musical Extravaganza by well-known Idea Star singers from Kerala in February 2017. Parimanam Manoj (General Secretary) welcomed the gathering and Mr. James Varghese (Convener) proposed a vote of thanks. A grand dinner was also served for all the participants. Mr. Alex Cherian and Mrs. Jaya Jose presented the program with brilliant compeering.
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