17th Installation Ceremony

Talent wins games, but ‘Teamwork’ and ‘Intelligence’ wins championships. Out of all, ‘Teamwork’ indeed has been the substantial reason for our greatest achievement so far, the Most Outstanding Leo Club of Sri Lanka for two consecutive years. Being a community serving and leaders making organization rather than being a non-profit one, we, UoM Leos ended another blissful year full of achievements and happiness.


25th of August 2019 marked our leoistic history as another successful benchmark that handed over the authority to a new generation, appointing new club officers whom now will eagerly look forward to execute their best for the betterment of the society.



17th Installation Ceremony of Leo Club of University of Moratuwa was honored with the participation of many distinguished guests of Leo Multiple District 306 whom always were undoubtedly  wondrous pillars backing us in each and every aspect. PCC Lion Dr. Anver Dole as VIP Guest, Current District President of Leo District 306A2, Leo Mudith Jayasekara as Special Guest, MDP Leo Dilruk Tissera, IPMDP Leo Lion Kesari Seneviratne PMJF, IPDP Leo Lion Kasun Lokugamage as Special Guests made our ceremony a big thrive giving their utmost strength for our success as always.

The main tasks of the ceremony included the designation of Leo Nethmini Kolambage as the Club President for the Leostic year 2019/20, Leo Sanduni Supeshala as the Club Secretary and Leo Chamindu Jayalath as the Club Treasurer while all the other relevant officers officially assume their duties.

Another astounding Installation Ceremony of Leo Club of University of Moratuwa reflected an Imperial Legend of Eminence as usual and headed forth to make the better difference they dream to witness in the society.

Shells Over Trash phase 2

Marine pollution has become a serious issue around the world today. It affects Sri Lanka greatly because the ocean around the whole island has been recognized as contaminated, hence threatens the lives of the ocean. Many endemic species have been included under the endangered category in the Red Data Book due to the marine pollution occurred recent past.





“Thousand miles begins with a single step” is a famous saying which is followed by UoM Leos. To minimize coastal pollution, UoM Leos launched the second phase of beach cleaning program, named “Shells Over Trash – Phase 2” on 24th August 2019 at Panadura beach. A Kite festival which was organized by joining hands with MJF foundation, has also been held parallel to the Beach cleaning activity to raise more awareness towards the program. The kites were built without using polythene or plastic as a symbol of our initiative towards a sustainable future without polythene.




We were able to clean the beach and also collected a lot of plastic and they were given to “ZERO TRASH” for recycling. “PICKME(SRI LANKA)” sponsored us in transporting these waste. The event concluded successfully with the participation of UoM Leos and prospects and the blessings of nature friends.

Sipmansala Phase 1

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”

“Sipmansala 2019” is a project launched by Leo Club of the University of Moratuwa to enhance not only the educational background but also the motivation of the students,
who are facing their GCE O/L examinations this year. The first phase of Sipmansala was successfully completed on 12 th of July
2019 at Narawala Maha Vidyalaya, Galle.

We also conducted a motivational program to build the mindset of the students through their
economic problems and others. Our leos encouraged students to make a better version of
themselves. The seminar series is basically targeting the mathematics syllabus for upcoming
O/L examination. “Swasnaka Sansadaya” donates all papers which needed for this seminar.






After project completion, we saw the impact of the students’ satisfaction become more relevant.
We got very good comments from those children that inspired us more to continue the same
deed in the future. Finally, by conducting this project, we realized that true happiness can only
be found by helping others to find it.

 

පුණ්‍ය වර්ෂා

ගමත්, පන්සලත්, වැවත්, දාගැබත් හා සබැඳි සිංහල සංස්කෘතියකට උරුමකම් කියන අපි, ඉතා ඈත අතීතයේ පටන්ම බෞද්ධ ආගමික විහාරස්ථාන සමග ඍජු සම්බන්ධතා 

පවත්වන්නන් වෙමු.අතීත සිංහලයාගේ සිට අද දක්වා ගත්කල, ඔවුන් හා ගමේ පන්සල අතර සබැඳියාව ඉතා ඉහළය. බෞද්ධ වෙහෙර විහාර නමස්කාරය මෙන්ම  වෙහෙර විහාර ඉදි කිරීම හා පිලිසකර කිරීම ද සිංහල බෞද්ධයන් මහා ඉහළින් සිදුකරන පුණ්‍ය කර්මයකි.





මොරටුව විශ්ව විද්‍යාලීය ලියෝ සමාජයේ අපද, ලියෝවරුන් ලෙස අපගේ යුතුකම් හා වගකීම් ඉටු කිරීමෙහිලා තවත් එක් සමාජ සත්කාරයක් ලෙස විහාරස්ථාන චෛත්‍ය ඉදිකිරීමේ වැඩසටහනක් පුණ්‍ය වර්ෂා නමින් දියත් කෙරුවෙමු. මෙම වැඩසටහන යටතේ අපි, අගෝස්තු මස 17 වන සෙනසුරාදා දින, කෑගල්ල හෙට්ටිමුල්ල ශ්‍රී ආනන්ද බෝධිරජාරාම විහාරයේදී , විහාරස්ථාන චෛත්‍ය ඉදිකිරීමේ පුණ්‍ය ක්‍රියාවට දායක වුණෙමු.





පින් කැමති ලියෝවරුන් රැසක් මේ සඳහා ශ්‍රම දායකත්වය සැපයූ අතර මෙම වැඩසටහන එදින දවස පුරා විහාර භූමියේ පැවැත්විණි. මොරටුව විශ්ව විද්‍යාලීය ලියෝ සමාජයේ තවත් එක් වටිනා මෙහෙවරක් ලෙස පුණ්‍ය වර්ෂා විහාරස්ථාන චෛත්‍ය ඉදිකිරීමේ වැඩසටහනක් මෙලෙස සාර්ථකව නිමාවිය.

Shells Over Trash Phase 1


“Every Piece of Trash you Remove Reveals Something Beautiful”

The first phase of Shells over Trash, a felicitous effort made by UoM Leos with the desire of conserving a pristine coastal line for the younger generations, was successfully held on the 14th of August at Crow Island Beach Mattakkuliya with the participation of Leos and prospects.


Rather than organizing an ordinary beach cleanup, this time we joined hands with ‘Zero trash’, who were willing to take over the plastic trash we collect and make yarns out of them. This branching out was able to furnish an effectual and convincing way of disposing garbage to the community. Further, through this project we were able to publicize the importance of moving into sustainable ways of waste management from the usual ways that cause long term issues.



Prior to the cleanup campaign, we had the opportunity of having a discussion about coastal pollution and remedies to be taken with the Crow Island beach park committee, who provided an immense support in organizing this event. During the day everyone was eager to contribute their best, finally to see a clean and tidy beach. At the end of a successful beach cleanup, sorted plastics were handed over to the “Zero trash” crew. “PickMe” (SriLanka) sponsored us in transporting the trash. Everyone was jovial to enjoy the evening breeze of a calm and peaceful beach. That was the end of another inspiring and highly appreciated project carried out by UoM Leos.