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AA Ceylon helps Easter Sunday victims


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The Automobile Association of Ceylon while appreciating the initiative taken by His Eminence Malcolm Cardinal Ranjith in supporting, rehabilitating and uplifting the standard of the livelihood of the victims of the Easter Sunday catastrophe, offered a generous and affordable contribution on 15 August at the Bishop’s House, Colombo 8. From left: Secretary Devapriya Hettiarachchi, Vice Presidents Ananda Dangalla and Deshabandu Dr. Lakshman Weerasena, His Eminence the Cardinal, President Dhammika Attygalle, ExCo Members Dr. Vijaya Corea and P.H. Liyanage and Consultant Anton Kandiah.


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