Khalsa School is registering students for Fall semester on August 10th, 17th and 24th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon in KS Room #1. Orientation on August 31st and school starting on September 7th . Admission Levels: • Kindergarten (born before Sept 30, 2010) • Elementary School (Grades 1 – 5) • Middle School (Grades 6 – 8) • Panjabi for All (Adult Class) . HS Gurmat Class (for teenagers only) School teaching is based on Sojhi curriculum provided by Sikh Research Institute for KG through 8th grade. Curriculum includes Boli (language art – Panjabi & Gurmukhi) and Virsa (Sikh history and Gurmat). We encourage all KS parents to become GNFA members. For more information, please contact: • Gajinder Singh, 410-740-1225(H), 410-370-3684 (cell); email@example.com
Now, at Ajai Alai Center, we are doing prakash of the Guru every morning and sukhasan every evening.
Also, the prashad recipe is now part of the new born 3HO Chinese community.
Satmukh Singh, who started all this process in China six years ago must be honored for the mission.
Representing youth were
Tanvir Singh (10 Years)
Karanvir Singh (15 Years)
Harleen Kaur (14 Years)
Followed by Sikh Scholar Gurcharanjit Singh Lamba and excellent Speaker Dr. Amarjit Singh (Khalistan Affairs Center, Washington DC)
Read the article here Seminar in Maryland pdf- May 3
Members of the Khalsa Toastmasters club had the opportunity to represent our club at the Area 45, District 36 Competition for Evaluation and International Speech held on 3/21/2013 at APHIS in Riverdale, MD. This was a momentous occasion for us all as there were five people with turbans representing our Club. S. Gajindar Singh and Dr. Ajaib Singh Sidhu our club President who acted as one of the Judges, S. Manpreet Singh Matharu, S. Prabhkirat Singh Walha who was representing our club in the Speech Evaluation Contest and S. Sumeet Singh Anand who represented our club in the International Speech Competition. Sumeet gave a speech on Gun Violence and won the Competition and now will be competing at the division level for Division D on April 13, Time: 10:00 am, Bowie State University – 14000 Jericho Park Road Bowie, MD. Please join us there if you can to show your support.
Kausalya Pabla passed away suddenly yesterday, Thursday, September 27, 2012. She was a loving soul who has served the community for a long time in the Washington area.
She and her husband, Dr. Gursewa Singh Pabla, have supported many community initiatives including long time presence in the affairs of GNFA and giving financial donations to Guru Gobind Singh Foundation. They have been tremendously generous and have offered a helping hand to many newcomers in the area in the last three decades. She hosted many community events at her home to strengthen the growing community in the Washington area. They both have provided support for the issues of the Sikhs in America and in India.
She was a kind hearted, soft spoken and humble personality and did lot of sewa. She possessed a unique quality of making everyone smile with her demeanor and will show love even for a stranger in the Gurdwara. She will be missed by the community at large. May Waheguru bless her soul and give her everlasting peace! Prayers for the Pabla family!
Her funeral and bhog ceremony is listed below:
Friday, September 28, 2012
Akand Paath — 4:00pm
Guru Nanak Foundation of America
12917 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, Maryland 20904
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Funeral & Cremation — 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Donaldson Funeral Home & Crematory
1411 Annapolis Road
Odenton, Maryland 21113
Akand Paath, Bhog, Kirtan & Langar to Follow — 4:30pm to 6:00pm at Guru Nanak Foundation of America
For additional details please contact Sukbhir Bedi 301.351.4886
Last date for the applications for the elected and contributing trustees for the year 2013, Sunday, September 9, 2012
As per the decision of the Board of Trustees in an emergency conference meeting held on August 28, 2012, the last date for the applications for the elected and contributing trustees for the year 2013 is Sunday, September 9, 2012.
Dr. Arvinder Kaur Uppal
Prince George’s Community Television visits GNFA following the Oak Creek Wisconsin Gurdwara Shootings
PGCTV’s Sonia Srivastava interviews members of the GNFA sangat on Monday August 6, 2012 following the Oak Creek, Wisconsin Gurdwara shootings that occurred on Sunday August 5, 2012.
Oak Creek Wisconsin Gurdwara Tragedy – Candlelight Vigil and Memorial at GNFA Wednesday August 8, 2012 & Friday August 10, 2012
August 6, 2012
Sangat of Gurudwara Sahib,
Guru Nanak Foundation of America
As you are aware of the tragedy of mass shooting at the Sikh Gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin on Sunday in what law enforcement has described as an act of domestic terrorism. The entire Sikh community, like all Americans, is shocked at this senseless act of violence. This is a sad day for the entire world and we offer our deepest sympathy to the victims’ families. We appreciate the heroic actions of the Oak Creek Wisconsin police officers, who rushed to the Gurdwara to save many lives at the risk of their own.
The management of the GNFA has decided to have a candlelight vigil and Memorial for Peace at the grounds of our Gurdwara Sahib at 12917 Old Columbia Pike, Silver Spring, MD 20904 on Wednesday, August 8, 2012, at 8:00 pm and Friday, August 10, 2012, at 8:00 pm. Please join us on both days. You are requested to inform all your friends and families to attend this candlelight vigil in rememberance of the Oak Creek shooting Victims.
Dr. Arvinder Kaur Uppal
- Please wear white