Appreciation Night 2013

VIS Appreciation night 2013 was successfully organised at Hackney Hotel on 15th November with the commitment of providing better service and working towards making difference in the society. The program’s opening remarks were made by Michelle Stanton from Zone High where she talked about the power of perception and how it impacts our relationship.

Rose Miller of Applied Building Conservation Training (ABCT) presented briefly different aspect of the ABCT and spoke about Nepal Australia in conjunction with ABCT and how it can make difference by helping others.
Similarly, Majette talked about the different eating habits in Christmas and New Year.

Speaking more about the project Prabin Gautam Director at VIS briefed about the project in Nepal and it can make a difference. He said, “The restoration of Shree Sana Kisan Sahakari Secondary School can make a huge difference in the lives of hundreds of children in Nepal. Our ongoing project at is yet another example of what can be achieved to make a difference.”

He also shared his experience of wining the Young Entrepreneur of The Year Award 2013.

The event also highlighted a video and various other recreational activities like Christmas Quiz, raffle etc. where the raffle was won by Maxine Neimz – Basket full of goodies, Door Prize won by Tim Jordan – Bottle of wine.

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