“MAKING THE CONNECTION”: South African Family And Friends Reunion Set To Rock Toronto’s The Old Mill Restaurant June 7 2009

Via Easy Nash

This weekend(June 6th and 7th 2009) at least 420 Keshavjees and other families and friends will be gathering to schmooze and break bread at Toronto’s classy ‘The Old Mill’ Restaurant and to celebrate their first reunion in the new millenium. Previous reunions have taken place in 1995, 1992 and 1980, all also at latitude 79.23 and longitude 43.39 in the fabulous city of Toronto, Canada.

The organizer of this event, Murad Velshi, in e-mail announcement number 9 sent to the participants, maintains that “since my very first email in October 2008 announcing the Reunion, I have sent and received over 5000 emails.” The theme for this year’s get together is “MAKING THE CONNECTION”.

Read at the source: http://gonashgo.blogspot.com

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, its achievements and humanitarian works.

2 thoughts

  1. MAKING THE CONNECTION had 440 people attending from 14 countries. The attendes consisted of many families , not just the Keshavjees. The event took place on Sunday JUne 3, 2009 at The Old Mill in Toronto.

    The guest speaker Mohamed Keshavjee Phd has been researching for his book for abot 35 years and this book ‘INTO TTHE FREEDOM OF HEAVEN’ will be published by July 2010.

    Another major reunion of this group is being planned for next summer in Algarve at which time Mohamed Keshavjee will be available to autograph his book.

    This reunion in Algarve will be over 7 days in the form of a package tour from North America. I expect family and friends from all over the wold to be attending.

    All those on my email list will be informed of this soon.

    Murad Velshi
    former MPP
    Ontario, Canada


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