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AAP Christmas Splendour


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The Academy for Administrative Professionals’ student fraternity organised ‘AAP Christmas Splendour’ recently at Mirage Hotel – Ballroom in Colombo. It was an eye-catching evening with a blue and silver colour theme. The event was full of enjoyment and entertainment with an exclusive range of gifts, music and games. Nilmini De Alwis was the Project Chairperson and the Christmas carols choir was co-led by Amenda De Alwis and Tilini Gunawardena. Guests of Honour were AAP Academic Advisors and Directors Sunethra Nugawela, Prof. Carlo Fonseka and Dr. W.A.M. Gunasekera, and the management of AAP.  Eminent personalities, together with AAP family and friends and media graced this occasion 

                                                                   – Pix by Upul Abayasekara

 

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