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GHU Sanatan Darshan August – September 2013

 

GHU Sanatan Darshan August – September 2013

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GHU Board changes.

JSK members welcome to the summer edition of the GHU magazine.

We are now in the third year of operation in our new and purpose built Sanatan Mandir and Community centre (SMCC). With your kind support and gods will, SMCC is thriving. We have an ever growing number of people using the Mandir and the community facilities. The number of GHU and private activities held in the SMCC has seen a further growth this year. We continue to run the many community activities and were delighted when the Divas Dance Club joined the GHU and added to the variety. We are also delighted to inform that a new, and very energetic, Youth group has started up in the GHU. Please see within this magazine and our website for more information.

GHU Leadership changes.

The 2013 AGM took place in June this year. The GHU Governors presented a review of achievements, activities and the 2011/12 accounts to members. As per the GHU constitution, three Governors stepped down. We have to report that; very sadly, all three Governors chose not to stand for re-election. Ashwinbhai Soni and Rakeshbhai Amin informed that they, understandably, wished to take a break from the formal responsibilities of Governorship. They will however continue with GHU as informal consultants, providing project related support as required. Hasmukhbhai Mulji has reverted to a Co-opt Governor role.   

Priorities and working structure.

With a large debt and a reducing income conundrum, focus and priority is again placed in three major areas which can generate large revenues; the Mandir, Apple Tree Community Centre and Kitchen. The leadership of these three areas have the greatest responsibilities and therefore will have the greatest say and budget allocation.

New committee structure.

A new leadership and committee structure was agreed at the first committee meeting post AGM. Basically, the new structure releases the Governors and committee members to have holistic responsibilities and greater autonomy in areas where clear GHU objectives have been formally agreed. Also, in the spirit of empowering individuals within the committee to be more creative and taking on greater, non legal, responsibilities; “Co-Op Governor” positions have been created. Below is a table of the new committee structure.

Full Governors’ responsibilities Co-opt Governors’ responsibilities
Bharatbhai Lukka:

ATC/SMCC Grounds/Divas Dance Club

Marketing – Social Media

Pareshbahi Patel/Chandrakantbhai Chandarana/Babubhai Chandarana:

Kitchen & Catering responsibilities.

Umeshbhai Nayee: Legal & Finance Pravin Mistry: Vadil Kendra/Yoga
Kokilaben Patel: Gujarati School – Education Nainaben Nayee: First Aid
Dilipbhai Limbachia: Social & Youth Rohitbhai Patel: Fund collection
Chandubhai Nayee: Religious & Mandir Hasmukhbhai Mulji: School & Coach Trips
  Devenbhai Patel: Social events

 

We are also delighted to welcome three new committee members: Rameshbhai Shanker, Balbhai Shukla and Batukbhai Mehta.

General Volunteering.

The GHU is a volunteer led organisation. We are fortunate to have so many volunteers who step up and support activities when needed. However, there is always a need for new volunteers. We strongly request our members to help in whatever way they can to keep the organisation thriving.

 

Forthcoming events at Shree Sanatan Mandir Crawley

 

Forthcoming events

 

03-Aug-13

Saturday

Shree Nathji 1st year celebrations

04-Aug-13

Sunday

Shree Nathji 1st year celebrations

07-Aug-13

Wednesday

SHRAVAN MONTH STARTS

20-Aug-13

Tuesday

RAKSHA BANDAN

27-Aug-13

Tuesday

SHEETALA SATAM

28-Aug-13

Wednesday

KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI

05-Sep-13

Thursday

SHRAVAN MONTH ENDS

09-Sep-13

Monday

GANESH CHATURTHI

09-Sep-13

Monday

Giribapu Katha

10-Sep-13

Tuesday

Giribapu Katha

11-Sep-13

Wednesday

Giribapu Katha

12-Sep-13

Thursday

Giribapu Katha

13-Sep-13

Friday

Giribapu Katha

13-Sep-13

Friday

RADHA ASHTAMI giribapu katha

14-Sep-13

Saturday

Wedding Set up

18-Sep-13

Wednesday

GANESH VISARJAN

29-Sep-13

Sunday

Samu Bhajan Bhojan

05-Oct-13

Saturday

NAVRATRI

06-Oct-13

Sunday

NAVRATRI

07-Oct-13

Monday

NAVRATRI

08-Oct-13

Tuesday

NAVRATRI

09-Oct-13

Wednesday

NAVRATRI

10-Oct-13

Thursday

NAVRATRI

11-Oct-13

Friday

NAVRATRI

12-Oct-13

Saturday

NAVRATRI

13-Oct-13

Sunday

DASHAHRA

18-Oct-13

Friday

SHARAD POORNIMA

22-Oct-13

Tuesday

KARVACHAUTH

01-Nov-13

Friday

DHAN TERASA

02-Nov-13

Saturday

KADI CHAUDASH DIWALI

03-Nov-13

Sunday

DIWALI

04-Nov-13

Monday

AANKUT – NAVU VARSH

05-Nov-13

Tuesday

BHAI BEEJ

10-Nov-13

Sunday

DIWALI SHOW HAWTH

13-Nov-13

Thursday

GITA JAYANTI

16-Nov-13

Saturday

GHU Bhajan Bhojan

17-Nov-13

Sunday

TULSI VIVAH

23-Nov-13

Saturday

JALARAM JAYANTI

 

 

 

03-Aug-13

Saturday

Shree Nathji 1st year celebrations

04-Aug-13

Sunday

Shree Nathji 1st year celebrations

07-Aug-13

Wednesday

SHRAVAN MONTH STARTS

20-Aug-13

Tuesday

RAKSHA BANDAN

27-Aug-13

Tuesday

SHEETALA SATAM

28-Aug-13

Wednesday

KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI

05-Sep-13

Thursday

SHRAVAN MONTH ENDS

09-Sep-13

Monday

GANESH CHATURTHI

09-Sep-13

Monday

Giribapu Katha

10-Sep-13

Tuesday

Giribapu Katha

11-Sep-13

Wednesday

Giribapu Katha

12-Sep-13

Thursday

Giribapu Katha

13-Sep-13

Friday

Giribapu Katha

13-Sep-13

Friday

RADHA ASHTAMI giribapu katha

14-Sep-13

Saturday

Wedding Set up

18-Sep-13

Wednesday

GANESH VISARJAN

29-Sep-13

Sunday

Samu Bhajan Bhojan

05-Oct-13

Saturday

NAVRATRI

06-Oct-13

Sunday

NAVRATRI

RSPCA WORK EXPERIENCE

RSPCA WORK EXPERIENCE

 

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) in association with the Apple Tree Centre is offering an opportunity to gain valuable work experience and to contribute to the welfare of animals across England and Wales.

 

The RSPCA, based in Horsham, would like to invite applications from young people aged 15-18 seeking to develop their skills in preparation for further education or employment. We are hoping to welcome up to 6 young people for 3-4 weeks this summer to work with the RSPCA team, particularly in the areas or marketing, public relations, digital communications, campaigning and fundraising.

 

If you would be interested in pursuing this opportunity, please send a copy of your CV with a covering letter explaining why you think this opportunity is for you, to John Grounds, Director of Marketing and Campaigns, RSPCA, Wilberforce Way, Southwater, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 9RS, or email john.grounds@rspca.org.uk.

 

Closing date for applications is July 29 after which shortlisted candidates may be invited for a short interview.

 

 

John Grounds

Director of Marketing and Campaigns

RSPCA

Wilberforce Way

Southwater

Horsham

West Sussex

RH13 9RS

 

T:  0300 123 0135

M: 07872 419 779

 

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