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Sri Lanka Federation of University Women AGM on 14 October

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Sri Lanka Federation of University Women (SLFUW) will hold its AGM on 14 October at its headquarters located at 96/25, Kitulwatte Road, Colombo 08. It will commence at 9 a.m. with registration of members.

The keynote address will be delivered by SLFUW member Indra Samarasinghe, Principal of Law College, Colombo and will be attended by SLFUW members, and well wishers. The election of the new committee and other related matters concerning the SLFUW will be followed with lunch and fellowship.       

SLFUW requests those who wish to attend the AGM to confirm by at least 9 October on telephone 2689261 or slfuwoffice@gmail.com.   


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