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Kuwait, Sep 12: The year 2005 – 2006 has been a year of ‘firsts’ for the Kuwait Chapter of St. Aloysius College Alumni Association, Kuwait popularly known as SACAA - Kuwait.

From a humble gathering on June 3, 2005 what enkindled in the presence of former students of St Aloysius, has grown from strength to strength. The First Anniversary meet held in June 2006 signifies the endeavours of the Alumni surging ahead with greater impetus.

To mark its first anniversary, the AGM unanimously favored contribution of Rs Two Lac (Rs. 200,000) to cater to the needs to the Aloysian Boys Home, Mangalore  as part of SACAA Kuwait commitment to aide in the betterment of the society by supporting the endeavors of its Alma Mater. The contribution was recently presented to St. Aloysius Boys Home by Satish Lobo, Secretary Members Affairs, SACAA Kuwait.
In a span of one year, it has to its credit the formal adoption of its written constitution for the Kuwait Chapter of SACAA, installation of the first elected members to its executive committee and the Mega success of its full house Maiden Annual grand event Rendezvous 06 held in February '06 which is cherished by over 500 people who had gathereed and many more well-wishers.I
SACAA Kuwait appreciates the support rendered by its friends, family, sponsors, well wishers and its ardent Aloysian members and looks forward to their unwavering support in all its future endeavors.


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