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Y’s Menettes Ladies Club of Bandarawela wins prestigious award for 2017-18


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The Y’s Menettes Ladies Club of Bandarawela emerged winners at the recently concluded 43rd Regional Convention of Y’s Men International Club. The Y’s Menettes Ladies Club was awarded for its commitment to a number of community service projects conducted in the Uva Province in 2017-18 and for being an outstanding club of good virtue. The ladies club was formed in December 2016 and won its international charter certificate in February this year. Here Club President Wendy Mathiasz (centre) and the members of the club with the award.


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