KCABC TEAM 2015 Welcome All of you.
"Cynicism doesn't lead anywhere. Nobody in life gets exactly what they thought they were going to get. But if you work really hard and you are kind, amazing things will happen."-Conan O'Brien.
With these lines in my mind as I start the new year 2015 as the President of KCABC, I kindly seek your support in fulfilling the hopes entrusted on me. KCABC was formed in Vancouver in Aug. 1989 with the objective of promoting interaction and preserving the rich Indian and Keralite cultural heritage by bringing together the people of Kerala in this cultural forum.Over the past 25 years, KCABC has set a high standard in delivering quality programs in the Metro Vancouver area with the support of over 1000 families actively participating. I take this opportunity to CONGRATULATE our outgoing President Mrs.Manju Koruthu and her amazing Silver Jubilee Team for an outstanding year 2014. Thank you all for the well job done ! At the same time, I would like to thank each and everyone of you for choosing me as the President. It is indeed an honor and privilege to work with the new team of directors. I am fortunate to have such a team of high caliber , all geared up to contribute their valuable time, efforts and talents. As in the past we are planning to bring you a wide variety of programs. Our focus will be nurturing talents while preserving values. We are very proud to have the energetic young Malayalee youth group, Mybc , lined up to serve with their extra ordinary talents. This will be a great opportunity to mould future leaders. I encourage all young people to come forward with your talents and show off.
I am also grateful to all our fund providers, advertisers , sponsors, community leaders and community groups in British Columbia. I sincerely applaud your efforts and urge you to continue your good work in 2015.
We, the new team of 2015, request your wholehearted support in all our endeavors as in past years.Together we can work hard and make it happen 2015 an amazing and memorable year.
Mathew John Vandanathuvayalil