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Committee members of OBA St. Sebastian’s College felicitated

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1500Committee members who excelled during the last year were felicitated by Rev. Fr. Rector Ranjith Andradi at the recently concluded AGM Of Old Boys’ Association, St. Sebastian’s College Moratuwa held at the College Hall. At the felicitation ceremony Rev. Fr. Rector thanked members of OBA who had come forward to serve their alma mater. He further said that he would expect the same with the new committee members as well who were elected for the next two years. Here (from left): Job and Education Fair Moratuwa Project Chairman Bevan Perera, Treasurer Ajith Fernando, President Lester Gunawardena, Rev. Fr. Rector Ranjith Andradi, Sports Day Project Chairman Ishara Peiris, Christmas Party Project Chairman Dinusha Fernando, Project Chairman – AGM Get-Together Omar Amarasekerara, Project Chairman – Stag Night Roshantha Fernando. 


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