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Grand sale organised by Lanka Alzheimer’s Foundation

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This annual sale is being held for the third time and has a larger selection this time round for shoppers to indulge in. Saturday 17 November is the date to make a note of and doors will open at 10 a.m. The venue will be the Lanka Alzheimer’s Foundation located at 110, Ketawalamulla Lane, Maradana (close to Ananda College).

Export quality garments like pants, blouses, nightwear, lingerie, a variety of children’s clothing, etc. will be on sale. In addition, a variety of food items will also be on sale from a delicious array of juices, sweets and savoury items.

All proceeds will benefit the Foundation which is currently the only place caring for people with Alzheimer’s offering respite for their carers and family, through the Activity Centre that is open thrice a week.

Do come along and make your shopping experience a worthwhile one not just for yourself but also for the Lanka Alzheimer’s Foundation! Bargains galore at the Grand Sale, Lanka Alzheimer’s Foundation, 110 Ketawalamulla Lane, Maradana; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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