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NASeA/ANMA Joint Convention 2015 Chariman’s Message

बिराट नेपाल

Greetings from North Carolina!

It is with the up-most enthusiasm that I cordially invite all friends and family to the Annual NASeA/ANMA Joint Convention 2015.

I am very pleased to be able to lobby on behalf of the Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASEA) and Association of Nepalese in Midwest America (ANMA) Joint Convention Committee. We have completed a decade long Joint Conventions between NASeA & ANMA and are moving forward strongly with more new events. We heartily welcome all of you to the 11th Convention 2015 that takes place on the labor-day weekend, (September 4th to September 6th) at Embassy Suites, Greensboro, NC; hosted by the Triad Nepalese Community Center (TNCC), North Carolina. It is both an honor and pleasure to have been asked to host this most exciting event of the year. It is my sincere hope that we shall be seeing more of our friends from all over the world.

After a thorough research and efforts for the best deal, we have confirmed that spacious conference room in the Embassy Suites is more than able to accommodate our needed numbers with several free amenities such as classy breakfasts, Happy Hour beverages, Internet wall to wall and top to bottom, shuttles to and from airport, tax exemption, no service charges, etc. Also, this hotel is highly convenient for highways and byways. Luxury was not forgotten with the Embassy Suites and its location provides for a central hub to explore the city, whether it is on foot, cab, or even a leisurely bicycle ride.

The Blue ridge Parkway, a national wonder, is easily the most beautiful setting to simply go for a ride. The calm beach lining the Atlantic Ocean has proven to be relaxing even for the most stressed folks. The ambiance of the quite coast has a profound feeling to one’s body and soul.

Historically, Greensboro has been the site of a civil war fight, living vicariously through the Guilford County Courthouse. Greensboro was also one of the starting sparks to the fire that was the Civil Rights Movement. The famous sit-in that took place in Woolworth sits as it did over 60 years ago. Kitty Hawk is the home of the first flight of the airplane by the Wright brothers.

Madhav Dhakal
Chairperson
Annual NASeA/ANMA Joint Convention 2015
Greensboro/High Point, NC
336 471 4709
Md_dhakal@yahoo.com

Some may know that North Carolina, the Tar heels state, is home to many different wonders, but the true essence of its beauty can only be captured by the naked eye. I like to think of NC as the palette of America. We have the mountains, flat, and beach all within 2 hours driving distance from either Charlotte or Raleigh, two major hubs for entertainment, politics, and leisure activities.

High Point, some may refer to as the Furniture Capital of the United States and it is easy to see why. A quick drive from the quiet suburbs will lead you to downtown, where furniture salesmen and women are treating clients and advertising show rooms filled with some of the world’s best furniture. Many European companies have offices and showrooms in High Point. You will see flags lining the streets from different countries – keep an eye out for Nepal’s!

I solemnly express my appreciations to NASeA President Dr. Ram C. Baral and his executive team members for believing in me to lead this convention. Likewise, I appreciate and express my sincere gratitude to our ANMA President Mr. Sushil Sharma and his executive team for their full cooperation. I would like to extend my special thanks to the TNCC family led by the president Mr. Narayan Khadka, for their indefatigable effort. Beside this, I thank so many local and long distant volunteers to succeed this convention. We, like a rock, are inclusive with Nepali Center North Carolina (NCNC), Greater Charlotte Nepalese Association (GCNA), South Carolina Association of Nepalese (SCAN), and others.

We have very attractive activities such as various kinds of sessions about up to the date cutting edge information for the benefits of our Nepalese diaspora. We will re-evaluate all the past ten years of conventions and provide the best and most important sessions. Our priorities sessions includes:
Plenary Session (Welcome Session), Health and Wellness Session, Literary Session, Musical Concert, Cultural Programs, Immigration Laws informative session, NRN Session, Nepal forum, Sports, Children Session, Youth Session, Women’s Session, Essay Competition, Blood Drive, Social Service Session, Welfare Session, General Meetings, NASeA Executive Committee’s Election.

Our sessions shall be more effective than the past conventions solely to the needs and interests of our participants. In the event that an off campus venue is used, rest assured it will be in close proximity of the Embassy Suites. Though by name this is sponsored by NASeA/ANMA and hosted by TNCC, we are not looking to exclude ourselves from any of our Nepali brothers and sisters. We delightfully welcome everyone to become members, and take part in helping to improve our communities and neighborhoods, and accomplish even more as an Association.

We have worked tirelessly and persistently to please all aspects and I am confident in the direction we have taken.
See you soon!



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