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  1. Vaisakhi Cleberation on Apr 17

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    We will celebrate Vaisakhi, the birth of Khalsa, on April 17th. Akhand path will start on April 15. We will also host a Blood Donation drive in honor of Vaisakhi.
  2. Kids Sewa on Apr 10

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    Punjabi school kids will graduate from Punjabi school and perform keertan sewa at Gurudwara on April 10th, Sunday. Kids will also host the langar sewa that day.
  3. Blood Donation Drive – Apr17

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    We will host a blood donation drive on Sunday, Apr 17 in honor of Vaisakhi. Everyone is invited to participate in this honorable cause.
  4. April Volunteer Event

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    On 29th April, we will prepare 500 lunch bags with PBJ sandwiches for ‘The Gathering’. The event will start at 5pm. Please join in and contribute to this cause. For more information, please email secretary@srsofwi.org.
  5. May 19, 2013

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    Yesterday in class we reviewed the 5 K’s-Kesh, Kangha, Kara, Kirpan and Kachera. Reviewed 3 words for Khakha-Khirdkhi, Kheera and Khanda. Reviewed Japji Sahib paath till 2nd pauri. We practiced singing Jo Mange Thakur Apne Te Soi Soi Deve. HomeWork Review letters learned so far from Oora to Khakha. Write...
  6. May 13, 2013

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    Homework for this week is to review the punjabi alphabet through khakha( 7 letters). Also, please make sure to practice the Japji Sahib through the first pauri everyday. We hope each student will be able to recite the moolmantar and the first pauri on their own by next Sunday. Lastly,...
  7. May 5, 2013

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    The homework due next week is: Write an entire page of khakka. Review all the alphabet learned so far. Practice the first pauri of japji sahib everyday and introduce the begging of the second pauri. Have a great week! Tejas Kaur
  8. April 22, 2013

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    Homework for this week: Practice writing new alphabet Haahaa. Three words – Hathori(hammer), haath(hand), haathie (elephant). Practice MoolMantar and first pauri. Practice speaking counting from 1- 20 in Punjabi.
  9. Sikhs served to protect freedom

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    With Memorial Day approaching, one naturally thinks of the soldiers who gave their lives for the freedoms that we sometimes take for granted. I, too, am reminded of them when I recall the military tradition of the Sikh people. The Sikhs, identified by their turbans and long beards, are known...