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06/23/2007

Nashua, NH: India Association of New Hampshire youth volunteers, Srinivas Bala, Virinchi Bala, Neil Shah, Ilina Shah, and Asish Andhavarapu volunteered at the Nashua Soup Kitchen serving lunch to over 75 guests on Jun 17. Other volunteers such as Srinivas Bala, Srinivas Andhavarapu, Shanthi Andhavarapu, Chitra Krishnaswamy, Raj Jain, Ravi Datla, Ramkumar, and Sai Krishnamurthy helped prepare the lunch menu that consisted of ziti, lentil soup, and garlic bread.  They had assembled as early as 8:30 am to start their preparations. A group of volunteers also helped to clean up the Soup Kitchen shelves and arrange all the donated items.
Rashda’s Beauty Saloon of Nashua sponsored the event.


Goffstown, NH: As part of its ongoing public service initiative, the Indian Association of New Hampshire recently held a variety of cultural programs at the Hillsborough County Nursing Home.  The children entertained the senior citizens at the nursing home with classical melodies on the keyboard and vigorous Bollywood pop dances. 
Madhumitha Sriram played the keyboard and also recited several 'shlokas' (sacred hymns).  Roshini Narasimhan sang semi-classical songs in Hindi and Tamil.  Meghna Tadepalli gave an introduction to South Indian Classical Music and sang a piece in the raga 'Mohanam'. She also played on the keyboard. Ilina Shah invigorated the audience with her graceful dancing to Bollywood numbers. Neil Shah played the “Sonatina, originally composed by Muzio Clementi, on the keyboard.
The senior citizens were highly appreciative of the association’s efforts and were thoroughly entertained by the evening’s performances. The association has been serving the needs of the New Hampshire Indian community through cultural, educational, and public service committees since 1989.




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