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The​ International Women’s Club or Belgrade held its December coffee morning at the Crowne Plaza hotel on December 1st 2021. It was attended by a large number of members and some guests. We were treated to a choir of children from the British International School singing Christmas carols to usher in the season’s spirit.

President Sonia Shehryar addressed​ the gathering, making announcements, welcoming new members, sharing her holiday best wishes, and giving a presentation on the results of our recent fundraising event Chic for Charity.

Ms. Shehryar also handed out a number of valuable gift bags and vouchers in a lucky draw lottery.​ Club members generously donated toys to be distributed to the Belgrade and New Belgrade Drop-In Shelters.​

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