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Kuwait, Apr 28: The Belman Welfare Association Kuwait (BELWAK) will celebrate the Parish Feast on Friday May 5, 2006.

In a press release, the organization has invited all Belman Parishioners residing in Kuwait, well-wishers and friends of the Mangalorean Community to celebrate the ‘Belman Vhoddlem Fest’ (Belman Parish Feast) on Friday, May 5, 2006 from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm in the Indian English Academy School Auditorium (Don Bosco), Salmiya.

This day is planned to entertain the participants with a fun-filled programme, like songs, dances, DJ Music and dance, skit and variety of games and spot prizes meant for all age groups, a raffle draw, prizes for lucky winners and consolation prizes,  and above all, a fabulous game of tombola. In addition to this, soft drinks, cakes and  a delicious lunch will be served.

About the organization

BELWAK was formed in 2004 to serve the society on a purely non-profitable and charitable basis; its main motto is to serve the downtrodden people. Further, BELWAK is dedicated to supporting poor children in the field of education.

The organization gives a call to the community to join hands in working towards achieving its motto in its true spirit.

Those wishing to reserve their admittance are requested to contact the numbers mentioned below:

Clifford D’Souza : 7885597
Jerome D’Souza  : 9592031
Henry D’Mello    : 6033625
Prescilla Mendonsa : 5624765
Vincent Andrade   : 9562994
James D’Sa : 9720785
Donald Quadras :  6269329
Valerian D’Souza  : 6548325.

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