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BCS Day 2017 To Be Observed With Community Interaction Programs

Bhutanese Community In Syracuse (BCS), Inc., has announced the details of its annual day celebrations for the third week of March 2017.

BCS has been observing the annual day in March every year coinciding with the month of the arrival of the first family in Syracuse in March 2008. It has been customary to mark the BCS day with the highlights of the current and future activities of the organization, among many. However, it has been learnt that this year’s event will be observed in a different way.

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BCS To Resume Nepali Class

Bhutanese Community in Syracuse (BCS), Inc. will resume the Nepali class in the first week of February 2017.

According to the statement issued by the education wing of BCS, the Nepali classes were suspended temporarily for few months. The classes will be offered for free to the community members especially to the students of elementary level.

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Voting Education and Cancer Awareness Conclude Successfully

The Bhutanese Community In Syracuse (BCS), Inc. organized a get together for its community members with the intention of educating them on the voting procedure in the upcoming presidential election on November 8th.

The event entitled “Let’s Vote This Year” was organized at the office of BCS on October 22 at 2pm. According to the BCS board of directors, around thirty five new Americans took part in the discussion. The event was very successful as the participants got chance to learn ins and outs of the voting.

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BCS Partners With County For Community Awareness

Bhutanese Community In Syracuse (BCS), Inc., has partnered with Onondaga County Board Of Elections to organize a two hour long voting awareness session for its community members on Saturday, October 22 from 2pm.

According to the Board of Director of BCS, this get together entitled “Let’s Vote This Year” has been organized especially to the new citizens who are expected to vote in the presidential election in November. It has been learnt from the new citizens that they do not know how to cast the vote in a correct way. The event is expected to attract around 100 new citizens that have acquired the US citizenship through naturalization.

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Bhutanese Community Of Syracuse
710 Kirkpatrick St.
Syracuse, New York 13208
United States of America
Contact : 315-475-0440
Email : admin@cnybcs.org