Branchburg Rotary is proud to announce that 2021 The U.S. President’s Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to Ms. Kabina Singh Maharjan on November 20, 2021 during the 20th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner and Diversity Awards ceremony at the RVCC College in Branchburg, NJ.
The President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) is a civil award bestowed by the president of the United States. Established by executive order of George W. Bush, the award honors volunteers that give hundreds of hours per year helping people in need.
The President’s Volunteer Service Award can be granted to individuals, families, and organizations located throughout the United States. Depending on the number of service hours completed, recipients can earn the Bronze, Silver, Gold, and/or the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
“The purpose for the President’s Volunteer Service Award is to honor those who volunteer hundreds, if not thousands of hours over their lifetime,” said Past District Governor Dr. Tulsi R. Maharjan of the Branchburg Rotary club. “Volunteers are the engine of every organization, community, state, and country. They truly help make a difference.”
According to Dr. Maharjan, Past District Governor of the Rotary District 7475 “Kabina has found her passion, purpose and mission in her life. For the past 12 years, she has freely performed in many local and national stages various Nepalese cultural and historical dances”.
Kabina Singh Maharjan is also a Cultural Ambassador and coordinator of of the FONNJ (Friends of Nepal-NJ) http://www.fonnj.com.
According to Dr. Maharjan “We are delighted to have Kabina Sing Maharjan being selected as a recipient of this prestigious award”.
KABINA PERFORMING AT VARIOUS COMMUNITY PROGRAMS.
Kabina has been presenting her performances at various special functions in the tri-state area for more than 12 years.
According to the FONNJ Vice President Roshan Karmacharya “We are very happy learn that Kabina is receiving this prestigious award and recognition from the United States President”.
Kabina was born in Khokana, Patan and has been performing in variety of programs ever since her high school year, she had also taught dance classes to children in school. Dancing is her passion and she would like to continue teaching dances and promoting Nepalese cultural heritage in America. If your organization is interested in having her perform, please contact her at http://www.fonnj.com.