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TMC considers Wattala/Ja- Ela for satellite club extension


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Due to numerous young and indeed mature managers residing in the Wattala-Ja-Ela areas, the Board of Management has begun to consider a location in Wattala either to consider a new extension of TMC or a satellite club in that area. TMC Colombo members residing in such areas, similarly those residing close to Negombo have recently expressed their thoughts on a satellite club in Wattala particularly in view of the increasing traffic congestion experienced by members that sometimes precludes them from attending important and relevant programs and events that are held in Colombo and other locations.

The Board of Management is now in process of evaluating the feasibility of establishing such a club at a suitable hotel and in the vicinity of Wattala in keeping with the standards maintained by the other locations and the same or similar benefits that can be provided to all TMC members as that of the others.

 


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