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IITSINE Diwali Party

Press Release
10/09/2013

An Evening Full of Dancing and Delicious Indian Food
www.iitsine.org
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Indian Institutes of Technology Society in New England (IITSINE)
Presents

1st Diwali Party
(A Family Event: Children are welcome)

Saturday, October 19, 2013
All Saints' Episcopal Church
10 Billerica Rd
Chelmsford, MA 01824


This event is open to both IITSINE members and non-members (including non-IITians) , their children and guests.

Buy tickets/reservation using the following link:

www.iitsine.org

Contributions: Member/Couple ($30/$55), Non Member/Couple ($35/ $60), Couple with children ($70), Students ($20)

Note: Pizza will be served for kids

IITSINE Membership Fees ($35/2years, $150 for life membership)
Program:     

5:30 -  6:30 PM  : Networking and appetizers
6:30 -  7:00 PM  : Cultural program
7:00 -  7:30 PM  : Bingo
7:30 -  8:00 PM  : Best 'Lit-up' participation
8:00 - 10:00 PM : DJ and dinner


The IITSINE committee request all  IITians in New England Area (members and nonmembers) to contact the VP's of their respective IIT's or any other Committee member to add or update their latest contact information.

For further information: Please visit www.iitsine.org or contact:
 
Anil Saigal                          617-470-6202                
Raj Laad                              781-790-3842           
                      
Note: If any student needs transportation from Boston area to Chelmsford, please contact one of the members listed above.



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