Club 65 Celebrates the Most Romantic Valentine’s Day

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From Left: Nick, Rozina, Bindu, Paru, Tejas, Vijay, Parvin and Rahat

By Jaseem Pasha MD

HOUSTON: If you’re someone who loves love and looks forward to wearing festive red clothing, listening the romantic music and take delight in the warmth of sensual sways of dancing, but was unable to attend the Club 65 Valentine celebration, then you definitely missed an exceptionally delightful gala.

Valentine’s Day has the power to inspire a variety of emotions in people. The organizing team of Club 65 really knows how to turn up the romance factor of Valentine’s Day into a successful joyous event.

The Club 65 Valentine Party was held at the Savoy Party Hall, Houston on February 5. The entire banquet hall was beautifully decorated. It was well attended by the members.

The program started with a warm welcome from Paru McGuire, President of the Club.

Food was excellent and included Savoy’s signature dishes such as dal fry, kadai ghost, etc.

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Paru McGuire, President Club 65 with Drs. Jaseem and Noor Pasha

Entertainment was provided by the Aarohan Group, which included Nick Ganatra, Tejas Mehta and Vijay Kalpathi. Love was in the air. The music was incredible. It was a night of mirth and laughter. Every one was wearing festive red clothing. The seniors seemed to have left the cares of the world behind as they swayed along with music. There is something about Valentine’s Day that makes us conscious that we are most alive when we’re in love.

Social dancing is the best medicine for a couple looking to strengthen their relationship and heart. While embracing your partner, you can also lead a healthier life. Studies show that dancing continuously for 30 minutes has the same impact on weight loss as walking, swimming, or cycling.

In addition to dancing to the Bollywood beats and Garba, several games had been planned and with full member participation, the evening rocked until 11:30 p.m.

As usual the activity committee, which included Paru McGuire, Rozina Jafferali, Parvin Saiyed and Farida Bandali, had decorated the hall with Valentine embellishments. Red roses were handed out to each female member. Every seat had a little heart ceramic box with a Valentine Candy to take home.

Club 65 is a non-profit organization under the umbrella of IMAGH (Indian Muslims of Greater Houston). To find out more about Club 65 or to become a member, please visit, or call Paru Mcguire at 440-390-1763.