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Kairali of Baltimore organized a fun filled picnic on Saturday, August 13 at Cedar Lane Park. There was barbeque, fun games and competitions for all ages. All the winners from competitions received prizes at the award ceremony at the end of the picnic. In the scorching heat of August, the enthusiasm of the participants never dwindled and they cherished the fun, excitement and games of the event.
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Kairali of Baltimore Women's Forum will be organizing a free CPR class for the adults and children on Saturday October 8, 2016. Dr. Alphonsa Rahman will be the instructor. Please mark your calendars and advise all middle/high school students to attend this valuable, lifesaving training.
Blood Donation Drive
Kairali Blood Drive has been scheduled to September 24th 2016. If you are interested in donating Blood on September 24th, please contact email@example.com
Kairali Committee invites all Malayalees in the Baltimore-Washington-Virginia area to join our Onam celebrations on Saturday, September 10, 2016 at the Seton Keough High School Auditorium in Catonsville, MD. There will be lots of cultural programs followed by a traditional ONASADYA, on banana leaf with 16 delicacies. See the flyer below for more details.
IANAM - Inauguration
“Let us learn the wisdom of Geese- let us fly together to be stronger, let us fly in formation honking to encourage others, let us take turns in leading, let us support during hardship”. This was the stirring invocation of Indian American Nurses Association of Maryland (IANAM) president Dr. Alphonsa Rahman during the official inauguration of IANAM on this August 20th, 2016. The inaugural ceremony was attended by distinguished guests: Dr. Sabita Persaud, President of Maryland Board of Nursing, Dr. Patricia Davidson, Dean of Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Mrs. Sara Gabriel, President of the National Association of Indian Nurses of America (NAINA) from State of Illinois, and Dr. Nikki Austin, Professor and Director of Graduate Programs at Towson University. Mrs. Letha Joseph, President of Indian American Nurses Association of North Carolina (INA-NC), Mrs. Mary Abraham, Secretary of NAINA from Pennsylvania and a member of Pennsylvania Indian American Nurses organization (PIANO), Mrs. Archiena Beaver, Assistant Director of Nursing Education Program and other faculty at Howard Community College, were also among the honorable guests and speakers. The inaugural ceremony was inspirational, motivational, and uplifting to everyone. IANAM is calling each and every nurse and nursing student of Indian origin in Maryland to join this professional organization to promote excellence in nursing practice through empowerment, to renew professional and cultural identity as Indian American nurses, and to contribute to the health and wellbeing of individuals, families, and communities. For details and to become a member please visit www. Ianam.org.
Soup Kitchen - Womens Forum
Kairali of Baltimore Womens forum has organized a volunteer visit to Our Daily Bread (soup kitchen) on Aug 27, 2016. 15 members volunteered at the facility. We were able to serve lunch and after lunch clean up along with other volunteers for 475 people. It was a good experience for the volunteers. To all the volunteers, your hard work and time is greatly appreciated.