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New Office Bearers Elected for ICYM Bellary

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BELLARY, SEP 21: New office bearers were elected for Bellary ICYM (Indian catholic Youth Movement) at the general body meeting held at Deeksha Bhavan today.

Santhosh from T.B. Dam will be the new diocesan ICYM president. Miss Agnes Aishwarya from Raichur parish was elected Secretary and Tony Naveen Kumar Treasurer of the diocesan association.

The following have been elected as Denery representatives: Melvin from Bellary, Britto from Hospet, Joseph from Lingsugur, Tony from Raichur and Chandramohan from Sindhanur.

Diocesan Youth Director Fr. Chinnappa facilitated the election and former national youth representative Arun conducted it.

Martin P., president of Karnataka Regional ICYM welcomed the gathering.

Bishop of Bellary Henry D’Souza conducted an animation session of Christian leadership.

“Leadership is to inspire to transform, to build a team, to achieve with the team and to foster leadership among the team members”, Bishop stated. 

 
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