YJA South Retreat 2018

January 20, 2018

Jai Jinendra!

 

Young Jains of America is having our annual South Retreat from Friday, March 9th through Sunday, March 11th, 2018. It will be held near Austin, Texas. Registration will be opening up next week.

 

We are hoping to have great turnout from Houston this year. Over the past few years, we've seen that Jain youth that attend YJA retreats are much more likely to stay involved in the Jain community. For this reason, I wanted your support in spreading the information about the South Retreat in your newsletter and on your website.

 

I've provided a retreat graphic and paragraph-long description below. Also enclosed is a link to our Facebook event.

 

Here is the description:

Hello #DirtySouth! Retreat is just around the corner, and we want to make sure that you save the date (March 9th-11th) for the South retreat. Whether you're a retreat veteran or a first-timer, we want you to be apart of the fun! Get ready to make new YJA friendships and rekindle old ones, attend awesome sessions, devour (and create) yummy food, and connect with fellow

 

Jains from across the South region. Please click "Going" so you can get notifications when we post on here. 

Phase 1 has not begun yet, but please keep an eye out on Facebook and emails when retreat registration has launched.

 

Here is the Facebook link to the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/109012383237803/

 

Attached is the retreat graphic.

 

If you or anyone else has questions, please contact me at south@yja.org. Looking forward to hearing back from you.

 

Thanks,

 

Prapti Ghiya

South Regional Coordinator, 2017-2018

Hospitality and Souvenirs Co-Lead, 2018

Young Jains of America

Mobile: (972) 838-7864

prapti.ghiya@yja.org


 

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