Alachua temple Memorial Service for Yamuna Devi

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Susan Wieland: The Alachua temple will be hosting their memorial service for Yamuna devi this Tuesday, December 27th at 6:30 pm. The memorial hopes to exemplify Yamuna’s mood in devotee sanga, delve into her profound and unique relationship with Srila Prabhupada, share her eternal love for kirtan and her beloved Bana Beehari, and highlight the many contributions she made to Srila Prabhupada’s ISKCON society. All devotees are welcome to attend either at the Alachua temple or by tuning into the live feed at http://www.krishna.com/alachua. Devotees who do not live in Alachua that might like to offer a few words are encouraged to contact Sudharma dasi at susanwieland@gmail.com to see if appropriate arrangements can be made.
All glories to the beloved devotees of the Lord!

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