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Evening of Remembrance at Dutch


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An Evening of Remembrance was held on 21 May from 6 p.m. at Old Dutch Hospital to mark the one month anniversary of the Easter Sunday attacks, with the merchants together with the regular musicians of the Dutch Hospital standing in solidarity with fellow Sri Lankans in remembrance and with a message of hope. Oil lamps were lit to mark the anniversary and donations were made towards the rehabilitation of families affected through Sri Lanka Unites, with the merchants of Dutch Hospital pledging a portion of their income to the cause. The night featured musical entertainment by Magic Box Mixup, Voice Print, Sam Dayaratne, Dream Caravan and Minesh Dissanayake – Pix by Shehan Gunasekara


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