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PARAJIYA PATTNI ASSOCIATION

Luton & Milton Keynes


  Committee 2009       Committee 2005

 

National Diwali 2011

 

Bhasker Pattni, Hon. Sec., Pattni Brotherhood welcomed in Luton 2013

 

Navratri 2012  Picnic 2012     National Picnic 2011   Navratri 2011

 

Review of the year 2010

 

 

NATIONAL PICNIC 2010     Navratri 2010   Review of the Year 2010   Diwali 2009

LUTON & MILTON KEYNES PPA

 

DIWALI 2015 & ELECTION OF NEW COMMITTEE


LUTON & MILTON KEYNES COMMITTEE 2015

 Left to right:

Pushpaben Chandulal Ghaghada, Minaxiben Praful Challa, Sulochanaben Jagdish Vaya, Nilaben Harsukh Ghaghada, Harish Ranchhoddas Challa

(Member)  -  (Secretary)  -  (President)  -  (Treasurer)  -  (Trustee) 

 

Nutan Varsh Abhi Nanadan to PPA UK.

 

Luton and Milton Keynes Parajiya Pattni Association started the New Year with a bang!

Forty + members turned up for the celebrations on 15 November 2015, at Alankar Restaurant in Luton.

 


Diwali Gathering



40+ members turned up to celebrate the Diwali and take part in the election of a new committee

 

After the main courses, but before the desserts, the previous committee and the trustee resigned, as their respective terms had expired.

 

The out-going trustee, Jagdish Dullabhji Vaya, thanked the previous committee for the outstanding work they had carried out and then proceeded to elect the new trustee to serve Luton & Milton Keynes for the next four years.

 

With cohesion from the members, Harish Ranchhoddas Challa was elected as the new trustee.

 

Then came the most important part of electing a new committee!

 

After enthusiastic participation by all members, the following members were elected:-

        Sulochanaben Jagdish Vaya - President

        Minaxiben Praful Challa - Secretary

        Nilaben Harsukh Ghaghada - Treasurer

        Pushpaben Chandulal Ghaghada - Committee Member

 

These elections were historical in many ways for Luton & Milton Keynes PPA:-

 

        Sulochanaben, Nilaben and Minaxiben followed in the foot-steps of their dear husbands, who served the regional committees in the offices in the past.

        This is the first time that ladies have taken the helm of running the regional association.It is a certainty that they will run it as good, if not better,

than they run their families!

        Let us all wish them good luck and pledge our full support.