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TMC Negombo holds AGM


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4The Annual General Meeting of The Management Club Negombo was held on 18 August at the Galadari Hotel with the participation of its core members. 

Dhammika Fernando as the incumbent Chairman welcomed the Members. He thanked all the members for their support during the year extended towards him. However, elaborating on the positive side of 2015/16 he has placed on record the worthy projects successfully carried out during the year such as public seminar on Megapolis development inviting the subject minister, the Workplace Health and Safety workshop, Malt Tasting event, etc. He noted the development of social media such as FB and WhatsApp group for the club during last year.

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

  • Chairman – Dhammika Fernando
  • Vice Chairman – Mahasen Wijerathne
  • Secretary – Dilanjan Ranasinghe
  • Treasurer – Gehan Amarasinghe
  • Immediate Past Chairperson – Terrence WijesuriyaCommittee Members:Yoshan FernandoSuren Muthu rajaFreddy Daniel Nalin Basnayke

 


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