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Section Reports EUROPE is working with Secretary General Hinterman in a joint effort to approach Russia under the format of Section XX. 60th Anniversary Meeting Dublin As usual most of the activities of the Section year by year concern the annual anniversary meeting of the Section. This year the 60th Anniversary Meeting of the European Section was held in the beautiful settings of Dublin the capital city of Ireland and hosted the annual meeting of the International Council of the ICD. Dublin officially known in Irish as Baile tha Cliath is a vibrant and inspirational city on the banks of river Liffey home of Dublin Castle and world famous Trinity College. The European Section was privileged to host the College President Joseph Kenneally and had the pleasure to have in attendance the College Secretary General Jack Hinterman College President-Elect Phillip Dowel College Vice President Rajesh Chandna College Treasurer Richard Smith College Editor Dov Sydney who also participated as Regent for our Sections District 9 Past Presidents of the College Leon Aronson and Garry Lunn as well as most of the International Councilors. Scientific Sessions and Socializing The Welcome Evening on Thursday at the Great Hall of the Trinity College gave the opportunity for a first social gathering of the delegates of the European Section and the members of the International Council who shared some quality time among drinks and dinner. The Scientific Meeting on Friday was held at the famous Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and was entitled Learning Without Limits and was followed by the College Business and Humanitarian Activities a Session devoted to Dental Volunteerism around the world and presentations of various projects some of them funded by the European Section. At the same time at the historic Shelbourne Hotel the International Council had its first day General Session. The day concluded with some fine Irish Whisky tasting fine food and superb Irish coffee at the Jamesons Distillery. On Saturday delegates interested in dental volunteerism had the opportunity to attend a workshop presented by Frank Serio a world renowned lecturer in volunteerism followed by the Induction Ceremony in the Examinations Hall of Trinity College orchestrated by Master of Ceremonies Walter van Driel. The Induction Ceremony was attended by over 300 delegates of the European Section and the International Council spouses partners and family members. Thirty-eight inductees from the European Section and three from Section XX coming from Kenya. Afterwards Simon Gambold of Henry Schein was awarded ICD Honorary fellowship and Section I USA Fellow Dr. Ken Judy received the Master award. The ceremony closed with President Elect Corrado Paganelli installed as the next President of the European Section. The evening concluded with the spectacular Gala Dinner held at the fabulous Royal Hospital Kilmainham. The 60th Anniversary Meeting in Dublin had the signature of President Tom Feeney and his lovely wife Joan who surpassed the expectations organizing a memorable meeting. New Officers and Regents The European Section congratulates 2015-2016 President Dr. Corrado Paganelli President Elect Dr. Shelagh Farrell and Vice President Dr. Christian Robin. The Section also congratulates Dr. Mies Buisman for being elected to serve as Regent of District 2 Benelux taking over from Dr. Walter van Driel and Dr. Mauro Labanca for being elected to serve as Regent of District 10 Italy and wishes all new members of the Board of Regents every success in their duties. THE PROCESSIONAL Ofcers and Inductees in Trinity College Dublin as the Section V Initiation Ceremony ofcially begins. Journal of the International College of Dentists THE GLOBE 2016 41