The First Bhutanese Women Soccer Tournament in USA remained Successful

July 20, 2015; Akron Ohio. The First Bhutanese Women Soccer Tournament organized by Peace Zone Sporting Club of Bhutanese Community Association of Akron was successfully held on July 18, 2015 Saturday in More »

First Bhutanese Women Soccer Tournament in the USA

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Dallas Won Bhutanese Championship of Texas

Dallas, April 19, 2015. The Himalayan Druk Dallas Soccer Club of Dallas, Texas bagged the Texas Bhutanese championship defeating the Soccer Team of Fort Worth Texas on the final game of Intercity More »

 

Bhutanese Blood Drive remain Successful in Texas US

Bhutanese Blood Drive  05/23/2015 - BLYC

Bhutanese Blood Drive
05/23/2015 – BLYC

Fort Worth, TX; 23 May 2015.
Today, May 23, 2015; Saturday the ‘Bhutanese Blood Drive’ was successfully ended which run for more than four hours starting from 10 am. The blood drive was organized in the honor of the earthquake victims in Nepal, by the Bhutanese Legacy Youth Club (BLYC) with the help of American Red Cross in ‘Zone Hall’ of the Altamesa Church of Christ.
About four dozens of volunteer blood donors have participated in the blood drive coordinated by A. K. Rana Sampang – the Vice President of the BLYC and Yadhu Khatri – the Program Coordinator of the club. The blood drive of May 23 was managed by Debbie A. Grover – contact person from American Red Cross and Santa Lama – the President of the club. From the total participants about twenty-five donors successfully donated their life-saving blood to the American Red Cross.
While conducting blood donation the Bhutanese Blood Drive was successful to conduct short ‘Prayer for Nepal’ in the lead of Pastor Tanka B. Darjee from Immanuel Bhutanese Church. It was great moment of honor; many respected persons were present and they donated their valuable gift, the live blood during the drive. The blood drive was honored with the presence and blood donations from Rebecca Martinez ‘Vicke’ – ministry from Altamesa Church of Christ, Patricia Shah from Nepalese community who is organizing ‘Walkathon for Nepal Rise & Shine’, Pastor Rajan Biswa from International Restoration Church, Rajan Biswa and Madan Sinchuri (President and Vice President respectively) from Universal Manav Dharam Texas, Pem D. Lama from Catholic Charities of Fort Worth, Neema Tamang from KLama Enterprise – a Trucking Company, Bhutanese Nepali Singer Tek Dudhraj, Netra Acharya from GBLO Texas, Gopal Biswa from Eternal Life Church, Nim D. Tamang from Hamro Star Entertainment, and Andy Vanlazremtlvanga from Texas Mizo Christian Church. There were other many blood donors from schools, community colleges, and the Bhutanese community in Fort Worth Texas.

Bhutanese Blood Drive

Bhutanese Blood Drive

The facility for the Bhutanese Blood Drive was provided in and/or by the Altamesa Church of Christ with the referral of church ministries Mr. Clint Browning and Dean Low. This was the first Bhutanese Blood Drive organized by Bhutanese community youths resettled in the United States. The president of the BLYC, Santa lama said, “It was our big dream thought since a long time which we couldn’t conduct in past, but today we succeed our dream of helping nation by donating blood”. According to him the blood drive was in respect and remembrance of victims of earthquake in Nepal to honor them with their humanity and make the people aware of such massive disasters.

 

Dallas Won Bhutanese Championship of Texas

Dallas Bagged Texas Bhutanese Championship
Dallas Bagged Texas Bhutanese Championship

Dallas Bagged Texas Bhutanese Championship

Dallas, April 19, 2015.
The Himalayan Druk Dallas Soccer Club of Dallas, Texas bagged the Texas Bhutanese championship defeating the Soccer Team of Fort Worth Texas on the final game of Intercity Knockout Soccer tournament that was held on April 18, 2015 in Grapevine, Texas. The tournament was organized as a state qualifying tournament for the selection of two best state representing Bhutanese soccer teams to participate in the 5th Annual Interstates Bhutanese Soccer Tournament 2015, Nashville Tennessee.
Total seven city level Bhutanese soccer teams from five different cities of Texas had participated in the one day knockout soccer tournament organized by Himalayan Druk Dallas Soccer Club at Parr Lane Park in the city of Grapevine, Texas. The final match was played between the two cities of Dallas and Fort Worth which ended with a score of 3-0 declaring Dallas as the State Champion of 2015. Among the seven teams, Suk Raj Subba of Dallas won the title of highest scorer of the tournament.
The voluntary soccer referee for the tournament, Bhim Acharya and lines men Naresh Karki and Surya Subba were appreciated by the tournament host organizer through A. K. Rana Sampang, the General Secretary of Bhutanese American Sports Council (BASC) and the Vice President of Bhutanese Legacy Youth Club. The trophies of the championship and the second position were awarded to the Himalayan Druk Dallas Soccer team and Fort Worth Football Club respectively by the tournament organizers through A. K. Rana Sampang, who is also Texas state coordinator for 5th Annual Interstates Bhutanese Soccer Tournament which is going to be held in Nashville, Tennessee in June 19-21, 2015.
The United Houston and Druk Houston Football Club from the city of Houston, GBFC and AMFC from the city of Austin, AFC from Abilene, Fort Worth FC from the greater Fort Worth and Himalayan Druk Dallas Soccer Club from Dallas have participated in the intercity qualifying tournament. Among these Bhutanese soccer teams, the finalists – Dallas and Fort Worth teams are qualified for the participation in national Bhutanese annual tournament of Tennessee.
Speaking to the mass in the award session of the tournament, A. K. Rana Sampang said, “The mission of establishing a system to send the best and qualified state representing teams from the state of Texas has been successfully done for the year of 2015.” He added, “This will be a model example for other cities and states to standardize the quality of our sports profession, and send limited best players and team(s) to represent in national competitions.” The coordinator of the host committee, Surya Subba said, “From this year we have started organizing such state qualifying tournament, and we’ll continue it in every future year too.” He said, “We already have city representing temporary sports committee connecting with the team leaders of different cities of Texas, and we are on the process to establish it as a formal state Bhutanese sports committee to support our youths sports within the state.”
The host of Intercity Qualifying Tournament for 2016 has not been declared yet, but the soccer team captain of Fort Worth, Kopil Khatiwoda has proposed for it to be hosted in the greater city of Fort Worth.

Interstate Soccer Tournament

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5th inter-states soccer tournament is soon going to held in Tennessee. Lets make it happen!