FOURTH LARGEST SKAL CLUB WORLDWIDE
Skal Bali celebrates 20th anniversary this year
Jan 02, 2013
Skal members worldwide will rally to Bali throughout 2013 to join in celebrating Skal Bali's twentieth anniversary year with the 180 members of Skal Bali, fourth largest Skal club worldwide.
On Friday, January 4, past World President, Richard Hawkins, will be the guest of honor at the launch of the anniversary year, during the Skal lunch at the Mozaic Beach Club.
Anniversary year activities will provide Skalleagues from Asia and elsewhere the occasion to enjoy a wonderful time in the paradise island of Bali with the Skal President, Executive Committee members, International Skal Councillors, and other Skalleagues and friends from around the world.
Skal international President Mok Singh, the Executive Committee, and the International Skal Council will meet in Bali from May 1 to 5.. There will be a Gala evening on Friday, May 3, and other events during the week. Overseas Skalleagues will arrive before the first week of May, and others will stay on longer to take time to get to know Bali, its culture, and the 17,000 islands of Indonesia. Others will come to events throughout the year.
Skal Bali will assist all Skal clubs and Skal-related groups and individuals coming to Bali to enjoy the island paradise and join in the celebrations. Skal Bali member's firms and others will offer special programs and rates to Skal Bali 20th guests.
For information or assistance, contact the Skal Bali Secretary & Treasurer, Malcolm Scott, at firstname.lastname@example.org , website: www.skalbali.com .
Skal International, the world's largest travel and tourism organization, founded in Paris in 1934, groups 18,000 industry managers and professionals in 440 clubs in 90 countries.
Skal Bali, Southeast Asia's largest Skal club and fourth largest club worldwide, meets monthly at the best venues the first Friday of the month.
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