WHO ARE WE?

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    Bylaws

    An eighteen year old individual who (i) is of Kerala heritage, (ii) knows Malayalam, (iii) has lived in Kerala, or (iv) has family ties or cultural connections to Kerala and who believes in the vision, mission and goals of Kerala Association of Kansas City (KAKC) as delineated in the KAKC Manifesto, is eligible for general membership

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    Manifesto

    Kerala is a southern state in India with a population of about thirty million. Keralites predominantly speak Malayalam and hence are called Malayalis. It was in 1967 that the first Malayali family settled in Kansas City. Over the next couple of decades, there was more immigration of Keralites to the Heartland. Kansas City Malayalis, although not registered as a group, have been gathering and celebrating Onam and Christmas since 1989.

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    Membership

    Kerala Association of Kansas City (KAKC) was registered as a non-profit organization in 2003. KAKC encourages all Malayalees based in Kansas City and its surroundings to be a member. Membership entitles you to a host of benefits along with the feeling of belonging it creates.

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    Registration

    Please Register your and famliy details with kakc and be part of the BIG FAMILY. By regisering be updated of the new events and happenings of KAKC

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About US

KAKC aspires to provide a venue for social and personal growth through family kinship, non- partition fellowship and the enrichment of common ethnic values. It aims to enhance the collective identity of Malayalee lineage in Kansas City, while strengthening their commitment to the country of domicile, USA. It intends to promote individual growth leading to societal advancement while fulfilling the cultural yearning of the people of Malayalee heritage through individual presentation and collaborative endeavors in literary, artistic and social realms.

Our History

KAKC COMMITTEE

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