JCI Miri to celebrate 60th anniversary
By:Margaret Ringgit
Date:
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MIRI: Junior Chamber International Miri (JCI Miri) will mark its 60th anniversary with a grand dinner at Imperial Hotel here on Dec 16.

Chairperson of the organising committee,Michelle Toh, said this would be its first significant event in two years since the Covid-19 pandemic.

The guest of honour will be Transport Minister, Dato Sri Lee Kim Shin.

Deputy Minister of Tourism, Creative Industry and Performing Arts, Datuk Sebastian Ting and Mayor Adam Yii are also expected to attend the event.

In addition, the president of International Junior Chamber Malaysia, Ellen Lu and members of national board of directors, the president and members of JCI Malaysia, the JCI senators, and leaders from numerous associations and business circles have also been invited.

Those interested to attend may contact Toh (0109683865) or ticketing director, Hven Kho (0168780246).

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