Some 40 people turned up for the latest gathering of Sikhmom Malaysia, an informal group of ladies engaged in charity and organising get togethers.
This time around, they met in Ipoh, Perak, for a high tea on Saturday (10 March).
One of the few male participants were Dr Taranjeet Singh, who is part of the Sikhmom medical arm, who came with his wife Sunita Bhullar.
“I’m delighted to inject not only needles but also my knowledge and experience of 10 years back to the Sangat,” he said.
Matron Ranjit Kaur was equally delighted to be part of the afternoon gathering.
“It was a great networking afternoon, a wonderful meet and great event,” she said.
Among the Sikhmom event organising team members were Pranpreet Kaur, Suzy Virk, Balveena Kaur and Gloriajit Grewal.
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