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Kuwait, Feb 6: Members and families of Shirva Welfare Association Kuwait (SWAK) celebrated their annual parish feast on Sunday February 4 at Village Inn Hotel. It was a wonderful family gathering for everyone as they got together for some fun, entertainment and a fellowship dinner.

The program began at 6:00 pm with introduction from compere Hilary Mathias followed by welcome address by SWAK president Nitin Castelino. Gretta D’Souza led the prayer and later committee members joined chief guest Herald D’Souza to cut the cake.

Fr Melwyn D’Cunha was the guest of honor and in his address he congratulated the SWAK members on the festive occasion and appreciated their good deeds towards the poor and needy in Shirva parish. 

Outstanding students in the field of education and sports were also felicitated on this occasion. The students who received honors are – Sonal Pinto, Ian John Martis  and Jason D’Souza for academic excellence and Deandra D’Souza and Allen Lawson Mendonca for outstanding performance in sports. 

Varieties of games were conducted thereafter for various age groups with fabulous prizes. Vote of thanks followed by grace before the meal was led by Agnes Barboza. Mouth watering dinner buffet was served to all. Special dance session was held at the end which was enjoyed by one and all.


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