Marathi Society of BC's initiative to participate in community outreach program and our members and society donated generously nonperishable food at our annual summer picnic 2019.
To, Marathi Society President
Thank you for your recent donation of nonperishable food items in support of the Richmond Food Bank Society. Your donation comes in at a time when our supplies usually run low. So thank you for running a food drive and sparking generosity among your members. We are grateful to have such caring and thoughtful organizations in our community. Please find a formal letter attached acknowledging your donation.
Looking forward to your continued support of our neighbours in need.
100-5800 Cedarbridge Way
Richmond BC V6X 2A7
Sakhi Sahavas is an informal group of women started in December, 2009. It promotes womens' networking as persons. Its meetings are held at its members' convenience, usually in alternate months, or six times a year, either at home, or at a convenient location. Women get together to connect and exchange stories / experiences / opinions on a given topic, and also enjoy good food in each-other's company. The 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. format suits these gatherings as they are always conducted in a relaxed manner, so that women get to know and encourage each-other in whatever enterprize is undertaken. There is no fee to the events and new friends are welcome to join anytime.
We have had a wonderful response from women of all ages, and hope to have continuous support of women for this minds-meet. If you want to join the group, please get in touch with Vidyut Aklujkar at email@example.com
The most popular Marathi Library freely available for the bibliophiles in Greater Vancouver is run by our longtime member, Vidyut Aklujkar. The library is located in the Aklujkar residence and at present, it boasts hundreds of books. It has Novels, Short Story Collections, Biographies, Autobiographies, Histories, Belle Lettres, Drama, Poetry, etc., and also many bound issues of contemporary Journals, and Magazines. It also has a separate collection of children's books.
The Library started in 1998 and has been in use continuously since then. Several members, (and some visitors as well) have been benefited from the facility for many years. It allows members to keep in touch with their language and literature and introduced them to the latest trends and finds. The library is continuously updated with choice publications from Maharashtra. For more information, please get in touch with Vidyut Aklujkar at firstname.lastname@example.org
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