IITSINE To Host Annual Picnic
Indian Institutes of Technology Society in New England (IITSINE) will hold its annual picnic on Saturday, August 2nd, 2014, at the Cochituate State Park, Natick, MA.
As usual, this function is open to members, their families and guests. Members are requested to join in large number & make this picnic a success. Please forward this message to other Alumni who may not be aware of this event.
The Annual picnic is free and we should have plenty of food. However, if you like, you may also bring some food for yourself and/or to share with others.
IITians and their family members gather to meet old friends, enjoy good food, play games and of course chat in the lovely surroundings.
The best part of the picnic is always the wide variety of food and the game of 'Tambola' or bingo.
IITSINE has been organizing the picnic for several years and it has been a hit every time. More Information about IITSINE and its activities can be found at www.iitsine.org.
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