On the occasion 67th Indian Independence Day, TANA South East Chapter has organized Virtue Foundation TANA Back Pack with supplies (500) Program, a philanthropic program that caters to the needy students of the Bethune Elementary School in Atlanta Downtown. Mr. Goutham Gurram, the regional representative of TANA South East has coordinated the program with Atlanta Public Schools Administration and distributed the back packs by inviting Mr. Rajinder Singh, Depute Consulate General of India, Atlanta Indian Embassy as chief guest. The event was kicked off by giving introductory speech by LavuAnjaiahchowdary detailing of TANA history and about Tana foundation , team square etc. Backpacks were distributed by the invitees Madhu Tata (Treasurer-TANA EC), AnjaiahChowdaryLavu (Joint Treasurer TANA EC), Mr. KalindiRajanRaju, Chairman Virtue Foundation and Mr. Mahesh Pawar – President of TAMA, a Atlanta based Telugu Organization. School principal Mrs. Jami Pettway appreciated this wonderful token of kindness. TANA has promised that it will continue support the needy people of Atlanta through various philanthropic programs in future. The event is managed deftly by long time TANA Life Member Ram Gangaraju, event covered for media by Bytegraph’sPrashanthKollipara. Special thanks to PurnaVeerapaneni (TANA), Anil Yalamanchili (TANA) , Sunil Shavle(TAMA director), VijjuChilvuru (TAMA director), Venkat Meesala (TAMA treasurer), Rakesh Singh and Subashini
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