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Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago Elects New Board for 2024


The Punjabi Cultural Society of Chicago (PCS) has announced its new working board for the year 2024, marking a significant step forward for the organization. Dedicated to promoting Punjabi culture, language, and performing arts within both the Punjabi community and mainstream American society, PCS plays a vital role in fostering cultural understanding and appreciation.

In a recent meeting of PCS officials, Dr. Vikramjit Singh Gill M.D., a highly esteemed local physician and longstanding community advocate, was appointed as the 2024 PCS chairman. Dr. Gill, renowned for his medical expertise and deep commitment to community service, brings a wealth of experience and passion to his new role.

Expressing his gratitude for the opportunity to lead PCS, Dr. Gill stated, “I am honored to serve as the Chair of this wonderful organization called PCS. It is a time-tested institution, and I am here to offer my support wherever it’s needed.”

Joining Dr. Gill in steering PCS’s mission forward is Manjeet Singh Bhalla, appointed as the PCS President for 2024. With a distinguished career in electrical engineering and extensive experience in community leadership roles, Manjeet Bhalla brings a strategic vision and unwavering commitment to advancing PCS’s objectives.

“We have a dedicated team of PCS officials working hard to produce PCS programs,” remarked Manjeet Singh Bhalla, highlighting the organization’s upcoming event, “Rangla Punjab 2024,” scheduled for April 20th, 2024, at the Copernicus Center in Chicago, Illinois.

The PCS board for 2024 Gurlal Singh Bhattal – Finance Director,  Bikram Singh Sohi – Asst. Executive Secretary, Gurpreet Singh Sidhu – Sports & Technical Director, Jigerdeep Singh Dhillon – Inter-Community Director, Tejveer Singh Soodan – Paramvir Kaur – Special Projects Director, and Youth Director, each playing a crucial role in driving PCS’s initiatives forward.

PCS’s flagship event, “Rangla Punjab,” promises to be a vibrant celebration of Punjabi culture and heritage, offering a platform for local talent to shine and fostering cultural exchange within the community and beyond. Scheduled to coincide with the Vaisakhi festival, the event is a testament to PCS’s enduring commitment to promoting cultural diversity and inclusivity.

For those interested in participating in “Rangla Punjab 2024,” the deadline for registration is February 18, 2024. Mark your calendars for an unforgettable evening of cultural festivities and community camaraderie at the Copernicus Center in Chicago, Illinois.

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