OBA UK presents Jolly Vibe 2015 in aid of PPD project
Posted on: 18/12/2015 (Friday)
Jolly Vibe 2015, proudly presented by Jolly Stars Sports Club (UK) in association with Jaffna Hindu College OBA (UK), was held on Saturday, the 12th Dec 2015. All the proceeds from Jolly Vibe are going to the development of Jaffna Hindu College’s Sports & Athletics department under the JHCOBA UK’s PPD project.
The Jolly Vibe 2015 was held at one of Essex’s prestigious venues, The City Pavilion's “Manhattan Suite”. The Manhattan Suite was packed with more than 320 Jaffna Hindu old boys, their families, and friends. The event started with an introduction from one of Jaffna Hindu’s famous cricketers, Mr.N Gobiraj, who then introduced his co-presenter Mas.Dion Prakash. Mas.Dion Prakash opened the evening with a beautiful song. Then the Jolly Vibe kicked off with an Instrumental performance by the Royal London Symphony & R G Academy’s orchestra. Whilst starters were being served, guests were treated to a stunning performance by the amazing street dance group that’s famous for dancing with the X-factor's Fleur East.
Delivering the President’s message of the evening, the President of OBA UK Mr.Saba Suganthan praised his dedicated young committee members for all their hard work put to make the event a success. He also, thanked the members, their families and the main sponsors of the evening, Lyca group and RiverSure Insurance. Special mention also went to JayLux Digital Photography for their complimentary services on the night. The evening progressed with an American Auction conducted by Mr.Gobi, which raised funds for a great cause. Jaffna Hindu’s veteran cricketer Mr.Suthan Pirabaharan was the highest bidder for the beautiful gold necklace, presented to him by Mr.K Rajadevan, one of the founders of Jolly Stars Sports Club (UK). After having a mouth-watering dinner from Parnaz, the ravers made their way to the dance floor and the DJ Jilsi made sure they didn't leave until well past midnight. This was a one of the very successfull event by Jaffna Hindu OBA UK after the Mega Kalaiyarasi.