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Annual General Meeting – TMC Colombo

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Members of TMC Colombo 

The Annual General Meeting of The Management Club of Colombo was held on 28 November 2018 at 6 p.m. at the VIP Lounge, Galadari Hotel with the participation of a large number of its members. 

From left: Treasurer Rienzie Cooray, Chairman Manjula Wijemanne and outgoing Secretary Bimantha NanayakaraFrom left: Treasurer Rienzie Cooray, Chairman Manjula Wijemanne and outgoing Secretary Bimantha Nanayakara
From left: Treasurer Rienzie Cooray, Chairman Manjula Wijemanne and incoming Secretary Jezaayar Hassendeen

Manjula Wijemanne as the Chairman welcomed the members. He thanked all the members for their support during the year extended towards the Club. 

Following members were elected as the office bearers for the ensuing year:

1. Manjula Wijemanne   (Chairman)

2.Jazayaar Hassendeen (Secretary)

3.Rienzie Cooray       (Treasurer)

4.Dimantha Nayana-yakkara

5. Prabath Gunasekera 

6. Nishantha Delgoda

7. Senaka Abeykoon

8. Ajit De Soyza

9. Dr. Madhu Fernando

10. Sydney Ratnayake 

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