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Posted On : Dec 29, 2016 | Author : BCU
Saradha Kirtan Samiti under Bhutanese Community in Utah support has launched a weekly religious and cultural program at Shri Krishna Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah that will be held every Sunday evening from 6:00PM through 8:00PM.
Posted On : Dec 19, 2015 | Author : Chandra Prasad Sapkota
The Bhutanese Community in Utah (BCU) organized a training focusing the high school students attending different schools in Salt Lake City on December 12, 2015. There were students from East High, Highland High, Olympus, Cottonwood, and Utah International Charter School.
Posted On : Dec 11, 2015 | Author : Gyanu Dulal
This Saturday we have invited the School counselors and college academic and financial advisers to help our students guide through the college and scholarship applications.
Posted On : Nov 24, 2015 | Author : Tek Neopany
From September 2015 BCU youth of age ranging from 13 to 24 are receiving special technological skills facilitated by Stephan Jacob and Matt McArthur, (Senior Developer at Cotopaxi, taking a photo with the Bhutanese refugees involved in a state-wide skills-based volunteer initiative focused on teaching computer science).
Posted On : Aug 03, 2015 | Author : Punya Foundation
Following the devastating earthquakes in the month of April and May 2015 in Nepal, Mr. Ryam Neupane, the president of Bhutanese Community in Utah (BCU) called an emergency meeting in consultation with BCU Executive Officers and BOD of Directors.
Posted On : Aug 04, 2015 | Author : Khem Kafley
A seven day long prayer and religious oration, Shrimad Bhagawat Mahapuran Gyanmahaayagya began here in Salt lake City of Utah, held at auditorium hall of local Krishna Temple. Dr. Dinesh Patel, an entrepreneur and lifetime trustee of Ganesh Hindu Temple inaugurated...
Posted On : Aug 01, 2015 | Author : Kalyan Sapkota
Bhutanese community in Utah and its members were dreaming about the Saptaha Puran for many years and the dream has finally come true for them.
Posted On : Jul 31, 2015 | Author : Author : Megan Marsden Christensen | This news is posted on KSL.com
In an effort to pass their values and traditions on to a younger generation, the local Bhutanese community will host a week-long religious event beginning this weekend.
Posted On : Jun 08, 2015 | Author : Tek Neopany
In 2013, there was only one dance performed from Bhutanese Community in Utah. In 2014, Maruni dance by Harka Gajmer, couple of dances from Bhutanese Youth were performed.