Dar-E-Mehr Trip on September 17th PDF Print E-mail
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Dear Zagba Community,

Thank you for the great response for the Dar-e-Mehr trip. We are at full capacity for the bus.

If you would still like to come by bus, we will put you on the waiting list.

If you are planning to drive to the place, you will need to RSVP by Sunday August 14.  ZAGNY needs to know the final number of people coming for the trip to plan for food, hosting etc.

All those who have sent in their RSVP for both bus and car, please send in your checks to Kaio Dotivala by August 20.  Seats on the bus are confirmed once Kaio receives the checks.

Thank you

ZAGBA Board

 

 

Dear Friends,

We have organized a community day trip to the new ZAGNY Dar-e-Mehr in Suffern, NY. We recommend that the ZAGBA Religion class families consider coming, as ZAGNY will be holding a joint children’s class at the Dar-E-Mehr, along with the ZAPANJ community who will also be attending.

ZAGBA has chartered a bus to go to the Dar-e- Mehr. Bus service is based on first come first served RSVPs. First 50 people in total count whose names are registered for bus will be counted.  NOTE: We can only accommodate 50 people on the bus. Even if you are coming by car, you must RSVP for Total number of Adults & Kids

Program, Cost, Deadline

Date, Time & Venue: Saturday, September 17, 2016, 7.30 am to 9.30 pm leaving from Riverside Station, Newton, MA,

Departure Time:  Bus will leave at 8am sharp.  It will not make any stops. Please plan to arrive latest by 7:30 am at the venue to have enough time to park ($6/day). Timing will be strictly enforced.

Arrival: We will return to the Riverside Station approx. by 9-9:30pm.

Activities: Prayer with mobeds & combined children’s religious class.

Food: ZAGNY to serve Snacks and Late Lunch.

Cost$35/per person (applies to all, Age 4 and above), if coming by bus.

$10/per person (applies to all, Age 4 and above), only if coming by car.

DeadlineYour seat will be reserved only if your RSVP & Check is received by Aug-20, if not, the next person waiting will be allotted the seat.

Items to bring:  Please make sure you have caps/scarves, breakfast items, snacks and water.

Thank you.

ZAGBA Board

 
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Zoroastrian Association of Greater Boston Area (ZAGBA) is a non-profit organization incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.


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ZAGBA's mission is to conduct religious, cultural, educational, and social activities to preserve and perpetuate the ideals of the Zarathushti faith (also known as Zoroastrianism).


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