ICYM Episcopal City Deanery, Mangalore organised its Mega event “Yuva Thalentaan – 2019” on 26th January 2019 at Rosario Cathedral Hall. Viyolla Dsilva - President, ICYM Episcopal City Deanery welcomed the gathering. Chief Guest Yuvaspoorthi Rev. Fr Ronald Prakash Dsouza – Director, ICYM Mangalore Diocese along with V. Rev. Fr J.B Crasta - Vicar Forane, Episcopal City Deanery, Rev. Fr Clifford Fernandes – Director, ICYM Episcopal City Deanery, Jaison Leroy Pereira, Shirthady – President, Fevisha Monteiro, Ranipura - General Secretary, ICYM Central Council, Mangalore Diocese, Adrian Dsouza, Manjeshwar - Deanery Representative for ICYM Episcopal City Deanery from ICYM Central Council, Mangalore Diocese, Viyolla Dsilva – President and Vishma Dcunha – Secretary, ICYM Episcopal City Deanery inaugurated the programme in a unique way. On this auspicious occasion, Yuvaspoorthi Rev. Fr Ronald Prakash Dsouza, V. Rev. Fr J.B Crasta and Rev. Fr Clifford Fernandes addressed the gathering with the few words of encouragement and informed the youth to take active part in their respective Units as well in the deanery. Jaison Leroy Pereira, Shirthady spoke on the significance and awareness on organ donation with an inspirational video about organ donation.
Units of ICYM Episcopal City Deanery actively participated in the event. The judges for the programme were Nellu Permannur, Maria Dsouza and Francin Mascarenhas. A wide variety of talents were exhibited by the units of ICYM Episcopal City Deanery. The youth came up with their tremendous performances which amazed the judges as well the audience. Rollen Cutinha – President, ICYM Cascia Unit compered the formal programme and Vishma Dcunha -.compered the cultural programme. Aston Fernandes – President, ICYM Rosario Unit proposed the vote of thanks. ICYM Jeppu Unit bagged the winner’s trophy and ICYM Valencia Unit bagged the runners up trophy of “Yuva Thalentaan - 2019”. The programme concluded with ICYM Theme song.
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