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Mere Tavo
Sunday, January 12, 2014

TODAY

* YACATA church service 3pm at Epineri Seibouma's house, Naveiwakau. Committee to host.

* NAROCIVO, Nayau church service 3.30pm at Vunidilo Methodist Church. Tokatoka Wailailai to host.

* SADIQUE Islamic Centre beside Prince Charles Park, Nadi invitation to the grand milaad Prophet Muhammad's (peace be upon him) birthday celebration commences after magrib prayers.

GENERAL

* BRITISH Forces Family Association meet with the new British High Commissioner from 9am at the Defence Club on January 13.

* SUVA Sangam College places available in all forms Three-Seven.

* YASANA-I-RA, Moala church service 3pm at Vatuwaqa Methodist Church on January 18.

* INTERNATIONAL eid milad un nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) 9.30am at Maururu Mosque, Ba on January 19.

* RETIRED Nurses Association meet 10am at the FNA hall, 26 McGregor Rd on February 5.








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