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More than 300 attend group's celebrations.

More than 300 people attended the Christmas and New Year celebrations hosted by Changanassery NSS College Alumni Association-Qatar Chapter (CHANSS-Qatar).

The participants included the forum members and their families. Exchange of gifts, chocolates and carol-singing marked the celebrations. The arrival of the 'Santa Claus,' who cut the Christmas cake, was the highlight of the event, which also featured musical and cultural programmes by children and adults. CHANSS president Varghese Mathew welcomed the gathering and general secretary K Jayakrishnan presented an annual report on the activities of the association.

Executive committee members V M Vijoy and V G Narendran delivered special Christmas and New Year messages, respectively, while vice-president Bindu Phillip proposed a vote of thanks.

Gulf Times Newspaper 2011

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Publication:Gulf Times (Doha, Qatar)
Date:Dec 29, 2011
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