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IWC Belgrade November Coffee Morning

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For a change, the IWC held its monthly Coffee Morning on 9th November in the form of a cocktail brunch. The attendees were guests of the luxurious Zepter Hotel in Belgrade.

The program started with a briefing on the IWC Charity Bazaar by the president and vice president of the club, Mrs. Eun Hai Kim and Mrs. Zalina Stauch respectively. The members were informed on the amount collected for IWC’s charity work, details about the bazaar sponsors, donors and​ participants as well as the press coverage.

The president then announced the creation of a new charity work group aimed at small acts of kindness meant to bring some joy into the lives of those less fortunate, beginning with a voluntary campaign to collect Christmas gifts for the children of Svratište.​ ​

Attendees then enjoyed Zepter Hotel’s hospitality, got a taste of their talented chef’s cuisine and were guided in groups of 8 on a tour of the Hotel, including two rooms made available for viewing.

Source: IWC Belgrade

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