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Lexingtonion Bhutanese welcome 2013

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Eldest community members honored by guests and chairman (Photo : Tulsi Upreti / BNS)

Honored citizens were Mon Bahadur Monger and Hari Maya Dhungana, both in their eighties.

Coinciding with the celebration of New Year 2013, the program featured different cultural dances, songs and other performances.

Attending the program, Barbara Kleine , Director of Kentucky Refugee Ministries-Lexington expressed her best wishes and also thanked the resettled Bhutanese community for making Lexington a better place.

Meghnath Mishra and Amber Darjee anchored the program attended by some 150 community members.

Closing the program, Buddha Adhikari, Ppresident of Bhutanese Community of Lexington extended vote of thanks to everyone who provided supports for making the program successful.



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