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Dubai: Kemmannu Flowers' Anniversary - Dayan,Rajesh Felicitated

By Ramcy Fernandes, Daijiworld Media Network Dubai

Dubai, May 6: Kemmannu Flowers, an association of Kemmannu parishioners spread around the UAE, has completed glorious two years on Friday May 4, 2007.

A get-together was organized to mark the celebration.

A short stage programme was held during the event. Fr Fredrick D'Souza of St Mary's Church Dubai, Frank Fernandes of Mosaco Shipping, a well-known business man, Lily D'Souza, a visiting Kemmannu parishioner, president Stan D'Souza, secretary Ida Fernandes and Stany D'Cunha were on the dais.

Dayan D'Souza, founder-convener of Daiji Dubai writers' forum and a social worker who has helped several families in dsitress, was recognized for his meritorious service to the society and honoured with shawl and memento.

Also another young leader, Rajesh Sequeira of Kulshekar, who initiated the process of internationaliziing  Mangalore Airport was recognized and honoured for his commitment to the cause, dedication and hard work in realizing the dream of first-ever international flight to Mangalore and thereafter flights to Mangalore from other destinations.


Former artiste of Mandd Sobhann Leslie D'Cunha made a rare appearence in singing with his melodious voice and Maxim Pereira of 'Manasa' fame also rendered his popular songs. Reena, Febela, Vivian and Riaz supported with their voices.

The Ocean Kids troupe enterained the crowd with eye-catching dances, Stany D'Cunha, Ida, Melwin Fernandes and Ronald D'Souza created a laughter show with their comedy skills.

Uttam Menezes compered the show and Ida Fernandes proposed vote of thanks.

Spot prizes, novelty dance, entry coupon draw and baila dance were the other hihglights of the event.

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