Though I have retired in 1994 from active service, I continue to be a member of ad-club and participate in various activities. For which , I must confess, you are the reason. After your taking over the affairs of Ad-club, there has been sea change in the functioning of the activities, and variety too. Some of them are having Programmes for new entrants on various facets of advertising, building a strong up-date liberary and keeping members informed about it,making annual award function more vibrant, apart from providing a youngster to go abroad on study tour. Screening award winning films, having Ad-gurus talk about the advertising created during the year are many annual features, for which you have been a backbone. I have been a member of ad-club since 1970. The joke then going around for for poor attendance for ad-club ‘tea meetings’ was, keep the topic ‘sex in advertising’ to attract over 400 people – other wise it was 40. I am sure the students of ‘mass communication’ will take full advantage of ad-club’s library to enhance their knowledge. Keep up the good show, and wish you and ad-club, all the best.