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Classic Car Club of Ceylon holds 27th AGM


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The Annual General Meeting of the Classic Car Club of Ceylon was held on 21 June at Victorian Banquet H all of The Kingsbury, Colombo. 

Ramani Ponnambalam was re-elected as the President for the third consecutive year.

Clive De Silva Snr. and Shalike Ganewatte were re-elected as Vice Presidents. 

Classic Car Club of Ceylon Office Bearers – 2018/2019 are as follows:

  • Patron: Commissioner of Motor Traffic 
  • Vice Patrons: Kumar Paul Snr. and Asgi Akbarally
  • President: Ramani Ponnambalam  
  • Vice President: Clive De Silva (Snr) and Shalike Ganewatte  
  • Past President: Dinesh Jayawardana 
  • Jt. Secretaries: Geepal Fernando and Priyanga Samaratunga 
  • Treasurer: Shiraz Akbarally  
  • Asst. Treasurer: Sanjiv Alles 
  • General Committee: Romesh Paul, Bri Ponnambalam, Tilak Amendra, Chandana Amaratunga, Chanaka Jinasena, Clive De Silva (Jnr), Shane Walgama and Dinesh De Silva

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