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There will be an opportunity for sangat to participate in cleaning the entire Gurdwara Sahib on Sunday, October 14 from 2.30 PM - 4 PM. Please come with an apron or gloves. It is a occasion to clean Guru's House. Cleaning supplies and cleaning equipment will be provided. Kawal Kaur is coordinating and she can be contacted at 301 452 5207 or via email: email@example.com
Recent & Upcoming Events
Gurbani Santhya Classes
Gurbani Santhya class are held every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month from 2:30 PM - 4 PM. Bhai Gurdarshan Singh teaches the Gurbani grammar and also the correct pronunciation of the Gurbani. For more information, please contact Bhai Sahib at 301 332 2323
Kirtan and Tabla Classes
Kirtan and Tabla classes for children and adults of all ages are held every Monday and Thursday evening at the Gurdwara Sahib. For more information, please contact Bhai Gurdarshan Singh 301 332 2323 and Bhai Sucha Singh 510 706 8782
Free Health Fair Serves Montgomery County Community at Large
For their 8th year, Guru Gobind Singh Foundation along with Greater Washington Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, Montgomery County Faith Community Advisory Council and American Diversity Group hosted the free Annual Health Fair on September 30th in Montgomery County, MD at the Nancy H. Dacek North Potomac Community Recreation Center.
The mission of this Health Fair has been to provide access to free health services for individuals in the community-at-large who are either uninsured or in need of these services. This year, these services were provided to over 300 attendees by a variety of doctors and specialists. With a record 40 physicians and clinicians present, the specialties present ranged from allergy to cardiology to ophthalmology, amongst others. Additionally, various screenings and examinations were provided free of cost to attendees. In particular, the bone density and eye exams amongst others provided access to services which are often unavailable and underutilized by individuals.
This event was organized by Mr. Ravi Singh and Dr. Sudhir Sekhsaria, M.D., along with a dedicated planning committee and over 40 volunteers. Not only was this a great opportunity for the attendees, but also the volunteers who are interested in pursuing medicine in the future. Savraj Saggu, a recent college graduate interested in medicine, expressed his gratitude about all the doctors and vendors present, but also stated that it was “a really amazing experience to assist individuals in need” and that he would “definitely coming back to volunteer next year."
For Langar Sewa, please contact
Rani Sawhney 301 938 6167
Dr. Sukhminder Kaur Kaur2345@yahoo.com
Bhupinder Kaur Saini 703 734 1760