VPS Cricket Tournament 2004 Press Release
The Vrindavana Preservation Society(VPS) will usher in the summer this year with its Second Annual Cricket Tournament. The tournament is expected to be held at the Fore River Club in Quincy MA. (Venues of matches are subject to change.) The matches are scheduled to begin on the 26th of June 2004. The deadline for teams to enroll is 30th of May 2004.
Last year, the inaugural VPS Cricket Tournament was a grand success and roused widespread interest in the New England area. (See attached photo(s).) This year’s tournament promises to be bigger and better. The organizers of the event plan to add a Women’s tournament and Children’s tournament this year if there is adequate interest.
Mr. William Phelan, the honorable mayor of Quincy, will grace the Tournament. Beautiful Awards await the outstanding performers and teams in the tournament. (See attached photo.) There will be adequate media for the event.
Individuals and teams interested in participating in the tournament can visit our newly updated website, www.vps-international.org. Please click on the ‘VPS Cricket’ link.
You may click on the ‘application form’ link on this page, print out, fill and mail the form with the appropriate payment to
Vrindavana Preservation Society
226 Billings Street, North Quincy, MA 02171
Please click on the ‘official rules’ link on the ‘VPS Cricket’ page to review the rules for the tournament. The website also includes directions to the Fore River Club in Quincy, MA.
For more information please contact:
Nikhil Wadhwa, chairman, VPS games committee, by phone at 781-608-0879 or 508-559-2071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keshav Shukla, President, VPS by email at email@example.com or by phone at 617-471-0129.
Share your Comments
In this Issue
|Former US Ambassador And NH Senators Celebrate With Indian American Community|
IANH celebrates the Annual Spring Festival at Merrimack High School in a big way! [more]
|Hindus Of New England Area Celebrate Their Heritage |
Leading local artists are expected to participate in Hindu Heritage Day to be held on Saturday, May 22, 2004, 5:00 pm at Waltham High School, Waltham, MA. [more]
|Boston Becoming A Hub For Bollywood Talent|
Zee Network and Bollywood Talent present
Bollywood Talent Show – 2004 featuring the Bollywood Singing Sensation Sonu Nigam, along with Miss India USA and
competition finalists from New England and the Tri-State area. [more]
|Swami Saravgatananda - Inspiring New Englanders Since 1956|
The ninety-two year old head of the Ramakishna Mission in Boston will be honored with the Sankriti Saurabh Samman at the Hindu Heritage Day. Swamiji shared some thoughts with Lokvani. [more]
You may also access this article through our web-site http://www.lokvani.com/