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Members of Kurukulla Center in Medford, Massachusetts, gathered on July 26 to celebrate the naturalization of resident teacher, Geshe Ngawang Tenley. The center hosted tea and refreshments after Geshe Tenley became a U.S. citizen in a ceremony held in the historic Faneuli Hall in Boston. Michael McGlynn, the Mayor of Medford, stopped by the late afternoon event to share in the festivities. The celebration continued with a Tara puja and a late dinner afterwards. Visit Kurukulla Center’s Facebook page to see more photos of the day.
Kurukulla Center has been busy with activities, including marking Chokur Duchen (Wheel Turning Day) with a Sangha and community lunch. The center is also preparing for a visit and talk by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in October. To learn more about the regular Dharma teachings, education programs, pujas, meditation sessions and yoga classes happening at the center, visit Kurukulla Center’s webpage.
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