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Updating of membership records

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Certain member records are incorrect at the TMC Secretariat due to many reasons. Members are advised to communicate with the TMC Secretariat by email tmc.srilanka@gmail.com/tmcsecretariat2012@gmail.com or on 0115860000 in the event there have been any changes in their email, residential/official contact numbers and addresses. This may help the Secretariat to maintain updated member records. 

Some members have informed that they are not receiving notifications from the Secretariat in respect of programs, events, etc. As such it is imperative that the members keep the Secretariat duly informed of any changes in contact details. 


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