Mumbai: Orlem Parish ‘Youth Week—2011’ Begins

By Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD)
Mumbai, Nov 30:
The parish youth council of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Orlem, in association with Intelenet Global Services, the official sponsor of the ongoing event ‘Youth Week 2011’ was held at the Church grounds on Monday November 28.
Parish priest Fr Larry Pereira, along with Fr Daniel, inaugurated the show by lighting the lamp.
Troupes of dancers from various zones of the parish enthralled the audience as they converged on the stage. The energetic hosts gave a brilliant performance with the crowd clapping for them. There were delightful musical performances by many artists.


There was a panel of judges for the show comprising famous personalities – Chang, former winner of Indian Idol, DJ Remy, and Rakesh.
Fr Pereira presented some brilliant anecdotes in his humorous style, elevating the mood of the crowd. Three winners were declared at the end of the show with the first place being awarded to Ruel Monteiro, the second winner was Julian, who showed good tricks with his football control aerobics, and the third winner was Roy Noronha, who put up a fantastic act about ‘Big Boss’.
The event is being organized and conducted by two women—Karla and Pearl. The show will continue till Sunday December 4 with various events to be held - band, dramatics, fashion show, singing and dance performances with the theme ‘Hollywood Meets Bollywood’.
For Orlem youth, this event has opened up the opportunity to display their talents. 


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