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Visit of Anil and Ianthe Weeratunge to Sri Lanka


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A fewPast Presidents of CMI-SL Branch had the good fortune of hosting Anil and his wife Ianthe, who are now domiciled in Perth, Australia, on their recent but short visit to Colombo.

It was a light hearted evening at the Colombo Club on Friday 13 July, attended by Past Presidents –Fayaz Saleem and wife Sarah, Ajit de Silva and wife Chandra, Col: Faiz-ur Rahman and wife Shamma and Sunil Deheragodaand wife Margie.

Enjoying the fellowship,the ladies caught-upwith family mattersand theothers reminisced of the inauguration of the CMI Sri Lanka Branch and through it, the formation of the first ever Management Club (TMC) in Colombo, which has now expanded to four other locations/ cities too, interspersed with humour and wit that made the evening lively and interesting for all. It concluded with a sumptuous dinner, not forgetting a photography session to record the event for posterity and as keep-sakes.


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