Sierra Friends of Tibet thanks
The Tibetan Buddhist Monks from Gaden Shartse Monastery for
returning to western Nevada County!
We thank the
Banner Community Guild,
12629 McCourtney Rd, in Grass Valley.
Thank to all our volunteers.
Thanks to all our business supporters
and all media support.
Most of all we thank you for
attending all the events, witnessing
the creation of the Dukar Sand Mandala,
and making donations to feed, clothe,
house, and educate over 1,600 monks in Gaden Shartse Monastery.
The Monks age from four to 99 years old.
We will have a wrap up meeting soon. Watch our Facebook page for details.
Sierra Friends of Tibet will hold a wrap up meeting to discuss how the Monks visit went. What worked, what didn't and how we can improve.
Sunday, February 20th at I:00 pm in Grass Valley at the Clubhouse.
For directions email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 530-798-9576
or visit our Facebook page
Sierra Friends of Tibet's mission is to raise awareness of Tibet, to advocate self-determination for the Tibetan people; To end the illegal occupation, the destruction of the natural environment, the eradication of the Tibetan culture, and the continuing genocide of the Tibetan people by the Chinese Communist government. We promote a peaceful resolution to these issues. Click below to see how can you help
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