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Wellawatte Nithyakalyani Jewellery helps Apeksha Hospital

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Wellawatte Nithyakalyani Jewellery, a leading jeweller in Sri Lanka that has earned a glittering name for quality and innovation, celebrated International Children’s Day in collaboration with the Lions Club District 306 B1 in a special program at Apeksha Hospital, Maharagama. 

As part of the program, Nithyakalyani Jewellery sponsored an Art and Handicrafts Exhibition where the creativity of the children at Apeksha hospital was at display. All the children who contributed to the exhibition were presented with gifts and certificates.

The Children’s Day celebrations were organised under the supervision of Apeksha Hospital Director Dr. Wasantha Dissanayake. Nithyakalyani Jewellery Associate Partner Dhivakar Balasubramaniam and members of Lion’s Club District 306 B1, Hospital staff and a large number of parents and children participated in the event. 

The event also included a magic show for the children. The creativity of the children and organising such an event to encourage the children at the Apeksha Hospital was highly appreciated and commended by the visitors. 

Addressing the gathering, Dr. Wasantha Dissanayake wished all these children a speedy recovery and to grow up to become powerful citizens of the nation. It is the responsibility of all parents and doctors alike to take every step to see them join hands with the future, he further said. A special token was presented to Wellawatte Nithyakalyani Jewellery in appreciation of their valuable contribution towards this event. 

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