World Environment Dayin Chundel

After the long unbearable, dry summer days the youth of St. Jude' s Parish in Chundel is determined to go green. In collaboration with the forest department they distributed saplings of herbal, fruits, flower and timber plants to each family in the Parish. Close monitoring of how these saplings are planted and taken care will be done by the youth and prizes will be distributed accordingly. If the enthusiasm of the people is anything to go by, the youth has the backing of the entire Parish and it is going to be green all the way.

At Prakruthi Mithra tuition children celebrated the day by planting `sarvasuganthi` and guavas. Binu a lXth standard student says proudly: The pomogranates sappling which I planted four years ago is already bearing fruits. We encourage children to plant sapplings of thier choice in our garden.

Going green and growing gold: The Parishioners of Chippilithode observed the day by planting pepper, thippili and other spice sapplings at Prakruthi Mithra. Mr. Varghese and Johnny not only nurtured more than 100 sapplings for Prakruthi Mithra, planted them after clearing the plot. They promised to come time and again and assist the friars on how to take care of them. That of course gives a prospct of spicy days in Prakruthi Mithra.

St. Francis of Assisi


02 / June / 1963

03 / June / 1978

06 / June / 1950

Joy Valooran
08 / June / 1970

19 / June / 1950

19 / June / 1953

21 / June / 1970

Arul Swamy
22 / June / 1961

Tom M.M
25 / June / 1949