Gurpurab Celebration Pictures – Nov 2013

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Khalsa Toastmasters wins the International Humorous Speech Contest




Khalsa Toastmasters representative Prabhkirat Singh  won the first prize at the Area 74 Contest of International Humorous Speech contest of Toastmasters International on October 5,  2013. The contest was held at Resurrection Church in Burtonsville, Montgomery County in Maryland.

Khalsa Toastmasters is a relatively new club that has performed very well in the past also. For more details, please visit the website

GNFA Khalsa School Registration

Khalsa School will register students for Fall semester on August 4, 11, 18 and 25th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon in Room # 1 in the following levels:

• Kindergarten (born before Sept 30, 2009);
• Elementary School (Grades 1 – 5)
• Middle School (Grades 6 – 8)
• Panjabi for All (Adult Class)

HS Gurmat Class (Tanmit’s class for teenagers only)


School will open on September 8th at 9:30 AM. School teaching is based on Sojhi curriculum, provided by Sikh Research Institute for K through 8th grade. Curriculum includes Boli (language art – Panjabi & Gurmukhi) and Virsa (Sikh history and Gurmat). Registration Form is attached.

Annual Tuition fee for first student in a family is $200, other siblings pay $150 each, payable in Cash, Credit or Check to GNFA (Write Khalsa School in Memo). We encourage all parents to become GNFA members.

For more information, please contact:
•          Gajinder Singh, 410-740-1225; or 410-370-3684;

for Registration form and Parent-student handbook  please visit the Khalsa School website

GNFA’s Gala Fundraiser Sept 22, 2013

Please join us for this event at BWI Marriot from 6-10 PM. Tickets are available at GNFA at reduced rate and will be $175 at the door.

Adults                                      $150

Children under 10                  $100


Buy Tickets Online!

Walk In My Shoes Donation Drive

The Walk in My Shoes Global Project is a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, with a mission to provide new and gently used shoes to children living in developing countries.

Over the next two weeks (Friday, February 3, 2012 until Friday, February 17, 2012), we will be collecting shoes at GNFA. I would like your support to make this a success! Starting Friday, February 3, there will be a drop off box near the front entrance.

Children shoes are ideal but adult shoes are fine too.

For more information, visit
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Harleen Kaur at or Jassi Ahuja at

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