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FSOQ’s team of officials for 2023-24

Posted October 13, 2023

Jayasiri Weerawardena and Jayantha Weerasekera are president and secretary respectively of the Federation of Sri Lankan Organisations in Queensland.

The updated list of office-bearers since the annual general meeting earlier this year.

The FSOQ team:

Patron: Anton Swan, Hon. Consul for Sri Lanka in Queensland.

President: Jay Weerawardena. 

Vice President: Bill Deutrom.

Secretary: Jayantha Weerasekera.

Finance Lead and Governance: Lal Mendis.

Treasurer: Sanjaya Unantenna. 

Project Coordinators: Uditha Manage and Sidath Wijethunga.

Cultural Coordinators: Ms Gothami Meepe and Darshika Koggalahewa.

Committee members:

Ms. Sandya Abeysekera, President, Sri Lanka Society Queensland

Laurensz Manricks, President, Silver Fawn club

Ruwan De Silva, President, Sinhala association of Queensland

Kasun Karunaratne, Convenor Radio 4EB Sri Lankan Group

Uditha Liyanage, President, Ex-servicemen and Police Association

Harsha Perera – Ex-servicemen and Police Association

Ms Jayamini Methiwala, President, SPUR Queensland

Jayantha Pathikirikorale, Past-president FSOQ

Dr Ms Kanchanamala Ranasinghe, FSOQ Medical Supplies team

Sarath Weerasinghe, Past President, SPUR Queensland

Janaka Weerasinghe, Radio 4EB Sri Lankan Group

Chamitha Weerasinghe Sri Lanka Society Queensland

Sri Lanka Day rewards Sunday revellers with a feast of food, music and culture Sri Lanka Day a roaring success as crowds savour a feast of culture and culinary fare Lord Mayor Schrinner commends Anton Swan’s 30-year commitment to Sri Lankan community Sri Lanka Day will be held on September 15 at Rocks Riverside Park Anzac Day commitment praised Lankan ex-servicemen will march with RSL members at Brookfield Anzac Day parade Federation elects management committee Invitation for almsgiving at Forest Hermitage to transfer merit to the late Lal Mendis Point Five musical show cancelled Government regulator ACNC grants charity status to federation Book your tickets to see Sri Lankan Point Five band perform in March as FSOQ fundraiser Musical talent evening on January 27 to raise funds for SPUR welfare projects Farewell Lal Mendis: Beacon of kindness and joy will be missed by our community
Sri Lanka Day rewards Sunday revellers with a feast of food, music and culture Sri Lanka Day a roaring success as crowds savour a feast of culture and culinary fare Lord Mayor Schrinner commends Anton Swan’s 30-year commitment to Sri Lankan community Sri Lanka Day will be held on September 15 at Rocks Riverside Park Anzac Day commitment praised Lankan ex-servicemen will march with RSL members at Brookfield Anzac Day parade Federation elects management committee Invitation for almsgiving at Forest Hermitage to transfer merit to the late Lal Mendis Point Five musical show cancelled Government regulator ACNC grants charity status to federation Book your tickets to see Sri Lankan Point Five band perform in March as FSOQ fundraiser Musical talent evening on January 27 to raise funds for SPUR welfare projects Farewell Lal Mendis: Beacon of kindness and joy will be missed by our community