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TMC’s regular ‘Members Speak’ to be held on 30 January


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In view of the festive season that has just concluded, it was thought to be appropriate to delay the hosting of the popular ‘Members Speak’ usually held during the third week of each month to a later date.  Therefore plans are being made to schedule the Members Speak event to coincide with the program planned for 30 January at the Galadari Hotel, the host hotel of TMC Colombo where the membership of TMC Colombo would be invited to a brief meeting of members, to meet and greet, and to announce new benefits and membership classifications, followed by fellowship. Colombo members may receive further communication in this regard. However they are advised to diarise the date and time.

 


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