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Notes of gratitude
Published on 29 Sep. 2009 12:40 AM IST
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CPBC: Council of Pochury Baptist Churches (CPBC) women department has thanked Sano Vamuzo, chairperson, Women Commission, Nagaland and SOWSORD staff for their help and co-operation during a seminar on ‘Women Empowerment’ held from September 18 to 20 at Yesisota Mission Centre. The seminar was participated by 95 women. CSU: Chozubami Students’ Union (CSU) has expressed gratitude to work of encouragement by Freeman Club of Chozuba Town, where meritorious students with distinctions and top positions in various academic levels were awarded cash and citation. The Union also wished the club success in their future endeavors. NWHD: Office bearers of Naga Women Hoho Dimapur (NWHD) have expressed gratitude to director of peace channel, C.P. Anto, his colleagues and organising committee for awarding Peace Award 2009 to NWHD president, Hukheli T. Wotsa. Members also congratulated Wotsa on receiving the award. TTC: Tuli Town Council (TTC) has expressed gratitude to MLA and advisor NBDA, L.Temjen Jamir for taking up initiative to provide a new bus in Tuli. TTC also extended appreciation to parliamentary secretary Transport & Communication and general manager NST Dimapur for their assistance in the process of getting the bus from department to Tuli. SSU: Sanis Students’ Union (SSU) Wokha has extended gratitude to Rev father Carlos Vicar- General Kohima for declaring the Parish Catholic center Quiase at Sanis on September 20, along with diocese of distinguished Parish. The union also thanked Rev Father Mhabemo Mathew Parish Sanis for setting up a committee in initiating programme for the creation of Paroisse Catholic center at Sanis. St. Peter’s Catholic Church Sanis: P John Jami Sr. Catholic church member St. Peter’s Catholic Church Sanis has expressed gratitude Rt. Rev Jose Mukala, Bishop of Kohima Diocese for delegating Carlos, VG Kohima to declare Sanis as Quiase Parish under Wokha district. He also expressed thanks to Rev. Fr. George Parish Priest, Wokha, Rev. Fr. Mhonchan, Vice Principal St. Joseph’s College Jakhama, Rev Fr. Amos, assistant Parish Priest Lakhuti, Rev Fr. John Ntonsi Yanthan, lecturer St Josephs College Jakhama, Rev Fr. Mhabemo Mathew Parish priest i/c Sanis Town for making the Parish inauguration a success. ZSUD: Zeliang Students’ Union Dimapur expressed gratitude to all Tenyimi unit presidents, Additional SP Dimapur, Naga Council Chairman Dimapur and DNSU for contributing essential commodities towards Relief Camp at Jalukie to displaced Zeme Naga families from NC Hills. Union also thanked SP Dimapur for providing Police mini TATA to transfer commodities to the relief camp. NCP 5 Ghaspani-II A/C : NCP 5 Ghaspani-II A/C has expressed gratitude to Union Minister for Rural Development, Agatha for her maiden visit to Medziphema village on September 26. The constituency also thanked Chumben Murry, state NCP president and the NCP team for bringing drastic change in the constituency as well as the state and also extended gratitude to S. Panyu Phom, parliamentary secretary for rural development. NCP 7 Peren A/C grateful: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) 7 Peren A/C and party workers has expressed gratitude to Agatha Sangma, for her maiden visit to the state. The unit also thanked Neiba Ndang, Dr, Chumben Murry, S. Pangyu Phom. CM Chang, George Sangma, RB Singh, James K Sangma and all levels of NCP executives, both from state units and unit levels. Meanwhile the NCP 7 Peren A/C president Hangau has welcomed P.Simon, Namkhonbo, Nziedaulak, Akiakbo, Namronbo, Katatlung, Haikwang, Acham, Kenang and Izwalung for joining NCP. MLBCYF: Medziphema Lotha Baptist Church Youth Fellowship (MLBCYF) conducted an outreach ministry on September 27 at Diphupar- A, Lotha Baptist Church under the theme ‘reach out or tell the world (Matthew 28:19-20)’. The fellowship has expressed gratitude to Mhonbemo Ngullie, Yanpo Jami, Motsuo Merry, Oponthung Odyuo and T.Ovungthung Ovung for providing transport facility during the ministry.

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