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Roshan Ranawana at Eric Rajapakse Opticians


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This month’s cash donation by Eric Rajapakse Opticians to the Federation of the Visually Handicapped was handed over to Chitra, the beneficiary, by popular film star Roshan Ranawana. Ranawana showed a keen interest in the ongoing project and inquired about the welfare of the visually handicapped. Chitra will use the money for her medical expenses, explained Secretary of the Federation Rienzie Benedict. The donation took place at the head office of Eric Rajapakse Opticians on Galle Road, Colpetty. Ranawana got his eyes tested and was given a pair of complimentary sunglasses by Eric Rajapakse Opticians director Rajeev Rajapakse. Seen here (from left): Eric Rajapakse Opticians Directors Rajeev Rajapakse and Nadeera Rajapakse; Jayanthi; President of the Federation Alex Jayawardana; Roshan Ranawana; Chitra and Secretary Rienzie Benedict.

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