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TMC Lounge and Boardroom to close from 15 Jan. to 15 Feb. for expansion

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TMC Lounge and Boardroom will be closed to the entire membership, to facilitate the expansion of the current lounge and re-decorating the adjoining room as the boardroom. The closure will be effective from 15 January until 15 February.

The Lounge and Boardroom will re-open for use by the membership by 15 February.

The Board of Management together with the Executive Committee of TMC Colombo convey their apologies for any inconvenience this closure will cause, but re-assure the membership that they would be pleased at the expanded and re-designed and re-decorated Club premises. The lounge would be expanded by utilising the existing boardroom, thereby providing more space for the members to relax, and entertain more guests. The adjoining room has been taken to develop the new boardroom, providing further space for members using this facility. The TMC Lounge and Boardroom will take on a new improved look which the membership would be proud to patronise.

The administrative services will continue to be provided to the membership during this period. The phones and email services between the membership and the secretariat is likely to continue with some inconveniences. 

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