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TMC Mount members to meet and greet on 20 January at Berjaya Mount

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The Board of Management of TMC has arranged a meeting of the membership of TMC Mount Lavinia on 20 January at 7 p.m. at the their host hotel, Berjaya Mount Royal Beach Hotel. In keeping with the vision of TMC of developing managerial effectiveness, the meeting would take the form of a very brief meeting incorporating a welcome, TMC’s future, identifying the benefits, and an interactive session on the ‘Way Forward’ for TMC in general and fellowship.

TMC membership has been invited to participate, providing an opportunity for them to not only meet their member colleagues, but also a few of the very senior members of TMC. During this interactive session, the membership will be made aware of the numerous benefits that would accrue to them currently and the benefits planned for the future. Introduction of new membership classifications would also be formally announced. The Mount membership has been advised to invite prospective members as their guests, however their names and contact details are to be communicated to the TMC secretariat in advance.

A similar meeting has been planned for 30 January for the members of TMC CMB at the Galadari Hotel, the host hotel of TMC Colombo. Further communication is to follow soon in this regard. 

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