Kalmunai Rotary Club elects Tamil woman as President

[TamilNet, Tuesday, 29 June 2004, 03:08 GMT]
Dr Ms Pushpalatha Loganathan became the first Rotary Club President in the northeast province. She was elected as the new President of Kalmunai Rotary Club in the Amparai district at an event held last week with the former Rotary District Governor Mr. N.Pathmanathan as the chief guest, sources said.

Mr.Pathmanathan, former Deputy Secretary of Treasury said at the ceremony that the first Rotary Club in the northeast province was founded sixty years ago in Jaffna and this was the first time a Tamil woman has been elected President of a Rotary Club in the province.

Mr. Pathmanathan further said the Rotary Movement has been working for the better future people who need help.

He appealed to the Rotarians to work for the poor people to uplift their living standards.

Amparai District Secretary Mr.H.M.Herat Abeyaweera participated as the honorary guest.

 

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