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ICYM St. Joachim Church Kadaba in collaboration with ICYM St. Paul Eastern Deanery Puttur organises Blood Donation Camp

Published On : 03 Jun 2019   |  Reported By : Frenton Irol Dsouza


ICYM St. Joachim Church Kadaba in collaboration with ICYM St. Paul Eastern Deanery Puttur organised Blood Donation Camp in association with A.J Hospital Mangalore on 26th May 2019 at St. Joachim Church Hall, Kadaba.

 

Rev. Fr Ronald Lobo - Parish Priest, St. Joachim Church Kadaba presided over the programme along with Louis Mascarenhas - Vice President and Jacintha Veigas - Secretary, Kadaba Parish Pastoral Council, Joseph Veigas - ICYM Animator, Sr. Emilita - Superior, P. R Gopalkrishna - Co-ordinator, A.J Hospital Blood Bank, Aneesh Lobo, Kadaba - Joint Secretary, ICYM Central Council Mangalore Diocese, James Crishal Dsouza - President, ICYM St. Paul Eastern Deanery Puttur, Frayal Gladson Cross - President and Rashmitha Pereira - Secretary, ICYM Kadaba Unit were the dignitaries of the programme.

The programme commenced with a prayer service. Frayal Glasdon Cross welcomed the guests and the gathering. P.R Gopalkrishna shared inputs regarding the blood donation. Rev. Fr Ronald Lobo appreciated the ICYM youths for their initiative taken towards the social service.

P.R Gopalkrishna distributed the certificate of appreciation to the members of ICYM Kadaba Unit as token of Appreciation for organising Blood Donation Camp in the unit. Rovina Pereira proposed the vote of thanks and compered the programme. A total of 38 donors donated the blood.

 







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