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Altair sponsors doctors’ gala in Los Angeles


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California is home to several hundreds of doctors who are of Sri Lankan origin, most of whom are members of the Sri Lanka Medical Association, North America (West).

The Association holds a glittering Ball bi-annually and this year’s event was held at the magnificent Ballroom of the legendary Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. The event, which had over 500 attendees, was sponsored by Indocean Developers Ltd., the promoters of Altair, the iconic development which is changing Colombo’s skyline.

An Altair spokesman said that they were pleased to support this function not merely because of outreach and networking potential among the Association’s affluent membership, but also in recognition of the SLMA’s laudable efforts towards the alleviation of those suffering from cancer in Sri Lanka and the rehabilitation of the Mulleriyawa Hospital.

 

03-5Indocean Developers Director Pradeep Moraes making a presentation at the event.

 


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