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ICYM Cascia Unit organizes Thalenthacho Pavs - Season 2 Finale

Published On : 21 Nov 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network

ICYM Cascia unit organized Thalenthacho Pavs - Season 2 Finale, Series of inter-ward variety competitions held at St.Rita Church Hall, Cascia from 6:00 pm onwards. The programme commenced with a prayer song. Rev.Fr Harold Masacarenhas - Parish Priest presided over the programme. Rev. Fr Rupesh Madtha - Resident Priest inaugurated the event. Rev. Fr Harold Mascarenhas and Rev. Fr Rupesh Madtha wished all the participants good luck. Jossy Theodore - Vice President, Cascia Parish Pastoral Council, Viyolla Dsilva, Jeppu - President and Sonali Rodrigues, Bejai - Lady Vice President, ICYM Episcopal City Deanery, Mangalore were present for the programme.

5 wards took active part in the competition. Melroy Furtado and Calvia Louis were the judges for the evening. The event concluded by distributing the prizes of the previous events and the overall championship and runners up trophy. St. Rita ward bagged the overall championship trophy while St. Paul ward bagged the Runners up trophy. The parishioners witnessed another successful event organized by ICYM members. Sushma Dsouza and Vishma Dcunha welcomed the gathering and compered the programme. Rollen Cutinha - President, ICYM Cascia Unit proposed the vote of thanks.

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