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Indian American Kerala Cultural and Civic Center
This is the Kerala Center News letter online. Vol.5, 2005

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KERALA CENTER INVITES AWARDS 2005 NOMINATIONS

The Indian American Kerala Cultural and Civic Center (http://www.keralacenter.net/) is inviting nominations from persons of Kerala origin to be considered for its Annual Awards 2005. The award categories are: philanthropy, basic science, applied sceince, social science, arts and letters, fine arts, performing arts, education, engineering, coporate management, medicine and health services, nursing, journalism and mass communication, and community service. In the community service category, non-Keralites will also be considered.  

The awardees will be honored at Kerala Centers annual banquet on Saturday, November 12th. The keynote speaker for the evening is Dr. Abraham M. George, Chairman, The George Foundation, New Jersey and Bangalore, India. 

Dr. Abraham George has been a very successful businessman who sold his companies and has now become a social entrepreneur helping to uplift the poor in India through educational, developmental and community causes. Dr. George will speak on the topic “OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE YOUNGHER GENERATION TO PARTICIPATE IN INDIA’S DEVELOPMENT.”

For the community service award, persons of Indian origin will also be considered. The nomination should include a biodata and press cuttings of any achivement or previous awards. All nominations should be sent to Kerala Center Awards Committee, 1824 Fairfax St., Elmont, NY 11003 by October 15th. It may also sent by e-mail to thekeralacenter@yahoo.com. 

The Indian American Kerala Center, located at Elmont (Long Island, New York) serves the Keralites and the Indian American community in the tri-state New York area. It was inaugurated in 1993. 

For more information, contact Kerala Center at 516-358-2000.

 

 

The Kerala Center

Invites You with your family and friends

To

 

Annual Awards Dinner

on

Saturday, November 12, 2005 at 6:00 PM

Public Meeting, Cultural Programs, Annual Awards & Dinner

 

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Abraham M. George

Chairman, The George Foundation

New Jersey and Bangalore, India

 

Dr. Abraham George has been a very successful businessman who sold his companies and has now become a social entrepreneur helping to uplift the poor in India through educational, developmental and community causes. Dr. George will speak on the topic “OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE YOUNGHER GENERATION TO PARTICIPATE IN INDIA’S DEVELOPMENT.”

 

Venue:

The Kerala Center

1824 Fairfax Street, Elmont, NY 110003

Call: 516-358-2000 

E-mail: mailto:abrahamthomat@yahoo.com

visit www.keralacenter.net

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========Activities at Kerala Center========

Math Tuition: Abraham Thomas ( Monday - Friday: 4.00 PM - 9.00 PM , Saturday: 8.00 AM - 5.00 PM )
Math Tution classes for Junior High School, High school and College level Students
Preparation Classes for PSAT, SAT and GMAT Examinations.

Computer Classes: Elmont Computer Training Institite ( Monay - Saturday: 8.00 AM - 9.00 PM )
Computer Fundamentals, MS Office, Internet Access and Use,
Database design and Applications, Programming Languages, Website design and Developments.

Dance class: Mrs. Beena Menon ( Every Tuesday 6.00 PM - 8.00 PM )
Indian Classical dance, Folk dance and Western dance.


Malayalam Class: Abraham Thomas, Leslie Varikattu and Christy James ( Every Friday 7.00 PM - 9.00 PM )
Malayalam Reading, Malayalam Song, Kerala Cultural Activities
and Talent Improving Practices and Competitions.

Elmont Computer Training Institute (ECTI)
@ Kerala Center

Phone: (516) 358 2000


J. J. Entertainments
@ KeralaCenter


Phone: (516) 358 7120

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