April 3, 2012 > Telugu Association celebrates anniversary
Telugu Association celebrates anniversary
Submitted By Ramesh Konda
Recognized as one of the foremost and oldest organizations in the country, Bay Area Telugu Association (BATA) has reached the milestone of 40 years of operation. Its primary goal is community service and promotion of culture. Formed in 1971, BATA actively helps those in need of financial help in emergency situations and supports non-profit organizations such as Sankara Eye Foundation, India Literacy Project, Spandana, Cancer Institute Foundation and others.
A celebration of BATA achievements will be held April 7 at Flint Center for Performing Arts (De Anza College), Cupertino. Included in scheduled activities will be a "Meet and Greet" with Telugu Actress Charming "Charmee" and Parvathi Melton as well as other famous personalities of stage and screen. Entertainment includes a program filled with song, dance and stage productions, competitions, vendors, and medical check-ups; meals will also be served to attendees.
For tickets and more information, visit http://www.bata.org/site/aniversary/index.htm
Saturday, Apr 7
9 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Flint Center for Performing Arts
21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino