Talents are limitless. If you are capable of doing something very well then it is a talent of yours. Some may take time to come across in finding the talent they have. But it is never too late to find the hidden talent within you. Until you find the talent of yours, you will feel like an ordinary person. But the uniqueness of everyone in the world is incomparable.

“El talento” which is organized for the Leos in the district by the Leo District Council 306A2, carries an opportunity for them to perform their talents on a stage. This is mainly organized in aid of one of the district projects ‘One rupee one child’. This time, “El Talento’18” was held on 31st of March 2018 at Defence college auditorium from 4.00 p.m. onwards.

It was a stunning evening for all the Lions and Leos who graced the occasion. The breath-taking talents of the Leos in the District was unbelievably outstanding. It is a privilege as Leos of the District 306A2 to take part in a massive event like “El talento” which gives an experience of a lifetime.


All the Leos around Sri Lanka wanted to show the world that we will never fall back whatever happens and we will gather and stay together as one family with stronger bonds. Meantime, we got the chance to show our strength to everyone, through the Walk for Humanity, “Leo Walk 2018”.

“Leo Walk 2018” which was organized by the Leo Multiple district 306, Sri Lanka, was one of the biggest celebrations of Sri Lankan Leo History. We, UoM Leos, walked together with around 2000 Leos and Lions marking the 60th year celebration of service and, Diamond Jubilee celebration of Leo Club program.

As UoM Leos, we would like to thank all the organizers of the walk, who had worked hard to give us the experience of best walk ever. After party of the walk was held at Viharamahadevi Park at the evening and concluded the event with an amazing DJ night. All of us celebrated up to maximum, during both the walk and the night, as one family and grabbed unforgettable experiences.


“Pacha Prayama” is a treasure hunt program, an inspiring event which was all about core of Leoism. It was focused primarily on our Leo pledge and moved ahead with five main targets which are mentioned in the Pledge as hands, heart, ears, eyes and knowledge. Leo clubs of University of Moratuwa, SLTC, Godigamuwa, Piliyandala, Maththegoda, Rahula College, Saegis Camps, Baddegama and Polgasowita strived hard to organize this event on behalf of the Leo district 306 A2. This was held on 1st of March 2018 at Sri Lanka Technological Campus from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm. The event was chaired by Leo Navod Kiriwaththuduwa director of leadership development in Leo district 306 A2. Secretory was Leo Malki Paranawithana and treasurer was Leo Hasitha Jayanath. More than 60 Leos took part in the treasure hunt including 18 Leos from our University. 

At the beginning the participants were divided in to 8 teams and by going through the tasks they had tremendous opportunities to develop their leadership skills and make bunches of new friends. The Opening ceremony was held with the participation of Past district president Leo Kanil Maddhumage and Multiple District President Leo Pramod Wimalathunga while the closing ceremony was held with the participation of chairman for Leos Lion Anura Gunathilaka. It’s a must to mention here that at the end of the day all of us could find the True Treasure, "Leoism" the true essence of our movement. Also we should offer our regards to Leo Navodh kiriwaththuduwa and all other organizing committee members for organizing such a great joyful event for Leos to buildup themselves as promising young leaders.


 “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks”

We are an awesome creation of this nature and we will remain as a part of it forever. There is no time for us to notice the beauty of nature because we are too busy with our lives. In a time which we find ourselves distant from nature, we decided to organize a club trip to enjoy the wonder of nature.

We departed on 10th of March to visit Sinharaja Forest Reserve, which is well known both as a world heritage and a place full of nature’s wonders. The walk in the forest nurtured our mind, soul and body with the miracles of natural forces. We realized that it is indeed a miracle which we always depend upon.


‘The earth, water and the air are not a gift to us from our parents, but a loan for our children. Hence we need to make energy conservation a habit.”

Conservation of electrical energy can help to lessen pollution and reduce the
greenhouse gas emissions. At home, simple actions such as turning off lights and unplugging computers or turning off televisions can help us reduce our consumption and thereby conserve energy. The energy survey, “Burn Less -  Save More” is organized by UoM Leos together with Leo Club of Central College, Piliyandala and Leo Club of Presbyterian College, Dehiwala, with the intention of having 

a comprehensive analysis on energy usage of Colombo-South householders from 18th of February to 17th of April 2018. The initial stage of the project was successfully held on 18th of February. We hope that the project is a way forward to the energy conservation, which is an essential need of today.