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Executive Committee Meeting

27th November 2011, Sunderland. The Executive Committee meeeting was held in Sunderland and discussed the future activities, Annual convention & Nepalese New Year 2069 celebration, Mountain Walk, Charity Dinner, Dashain & Tihar Celebration Report and Association's Finance.
The meeting was hosted by Dr Tej Lal Shrestha & Mrs Geeta Shrestha. 
Bhutanese Nepalese Community celebrtes Dashain
On 2nd October 2011, the Bhutanese Nepalese Community celebrated Dashain in Manchester. Women wore sari and cholo and some men wore the Nepali topi which look very festive and noslagic of home. Children entertained everyone by performing beautiful dance and music. Nepalese food was served to all.
The Nepalese Association, Himalayan Yeti's Preisdent Puspa Shrestha said; "He was delighted to see the preservation of the Nepalese culture, traditions, dance and music."
On behalf of the Nepalese Association, President Shrestha extended the festive greeting to all and thanked them for the invitation.  
Chandra K.C. helps the Three Star Football Club
April 2011, Kathmandu
Co-opt Executive Member of the Nepalese Association in the UK, Himalayan Yeti and former captain of the Three Star Football Club, Lalitpur, Kathmandu handed over football kit and equipment worth one Lakh rupees to the current skipper of the club Sanjeeev Budhathoki and goalkeeper Kiran Chemjong .
Mr K.C. hopes that the club will be able to succeed in winning more trophies in coming months and years. Club Chairman, Lalit Krishan Shrestha thanked former club captain Chandra K.C. for his generous help and support and said: “These football kits will help to boost confidence of the players and encourage them to improve their game.”
You are warmly invited to attend -
Our Village Our Life: Sikles in Focus UK Book launch
Friday, 30th September 2011
Venue: 68 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BZ

Our Village Our life shares with the reader an intimate story of life in the rural mountain village of Sikles, Nepal. The book aims to celebrate the photography project and gives readers an honest and personal insight into the lives of people in Sikles.

"This is an extraordinary book! It does what coffee table books are intended to do – amaze and educate the reader – but it does much more besides"
Dr. Robert Monro, Director of the British Council in Nepal.
Dr. Sara Parker is a Senior Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University and has a long standing connection with Sikles in Nepal through her research. Since 2009 she has been involved in supporting a community based photography project ‘Sikles in Canvas’. Local people were provided with some basic training and technical support and over a two year period captured everyday life in Sikles from their own perspective. The book ‘Our Village Our Life’ has resulted from this project and provides an insight into daily life in Sikles. Any funds raised from the sale of the book go directly back to the local level via the Sikles Development Concerned Group.
The event is free and includes a wine reception and light refreshments. We do please ask that in order to meet catering requirements that you register your attendance at
5.00 Drinks reception
5.30 Welcome by Dr. Suresh C. Chalise Nepalese Ambassador
5.45 Overview of book – Dr Sara Parker
Q&A session