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Yuva Spandan Derebail to hold Retro Fire 2019

Published On : 05 Nov 2019   |  Reported By : Ashish Joseph Carvalho, Derebail


On the 09th of November, 2019 (Saturday) Yuva Spandan Derebail (YSD/ICYM Derebail Unit) will be organizing Retro Fire 2019 with its tagline 'Lets Ignite Together'. The programme will commence in Derebail Church meeting hall at sharp 04:30 PM. Youth from any Parish who are pursuing their Pre University studies (PUC) to the age of 28 (Unmarried) can take part in Retro Fire 2019. Last date to register online is on or before 07th of November, 2019 (Thursday). A fee of Rs. 100/- will be charged in order to meet the expenses of the programme. This amount is to be paid at the registration desk on the day of programme. Retro Fire 2019 consists of fun filled games, activity, fashion show, baila and much more.

Rev. Fr. Austin Peter Peres - Director of YSD/ICYM Derebail Unit, Rev. Fr Gratian Alvares - Associate Director, Mrs Lizzie Fernandes and Mr Jeethan Castalino - Animators and Core Committee of Yuva Spandan Derebail cordially invite all the Youth from different Parish to take part in this programme. Retro Fire 2019 will conclude with fellowship meal.

To register online visit: https://derebailchurch.com/upcoming-events/yuva-spandan-derebail-to-hold-retro-fire-2019

 







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