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Sevathon 2016

Sevathon 2016
June 26, 2016 at 8:30 AM

Guadalupe Park
349 W. St. John Street
San Jose, CA 95110 [ Map ]
Cancer Institute Foundation participated in the annual Sevathon organized by India Community Center as non-profit partner organization.

Sevathon which is a walkathon, is the largest social service platform of its kind. It supports the spirit of giving by uniting walkers, runners, sponsors, family members and friends.

Several CIF volunteers participated in the half marathon, 10K, and 5K races. Huge thanks to those who participated and raised funds for CIF.

CIF volunteers also managed the finish line water station and ensured nearly 3000 runners and walkers were well hyderated and had a pleasant experience participating in Sevathon.

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Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 3 PM

Trottier Middle School Auditorium
49 Parkville Road
Southborough, MA 01772 [ Map ]
Boston chapter of Cancer Institute Foundation staged a successful show Sangam, Indian classical music & dance program.

The event included veena recital by Smt. Durga Krishnan and her students from New England School of Music accompanied by Sri. Pravin Sitaram in Mridangam and Sri. Rajesh Pai in Tabla. The event also included classical vocal by Smt. Aparna Balaji and her students from Abhyaas accompanied by Sri. Pravin Sitaram in Mridangam and Smt. Smitha Krishnan in Violin. The event culminated with Bharatanatyam performance by Smt. Sapna Krishnan and her students from Lasya School of Dance.

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Your Sign up as Shavee is Complete!

Thank your for participating in CIF’s “Shave your head to save lives!” campaign. You will receive a confirmation email with your sign up details soon.

Our coordinators will also contact you to schedule a date and time for shaving your head. Please start posting about your campaign in Facebook and start raising funds!

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Saravanan Bala at

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