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Published: Monday December 30, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Monday December 30, 2013 MYT 11:07:18 AM

Bandar Kinrara 2 residents start children's library

MPSJ councillors Mohan Singh (left) Michael Noel Jalleh officiating the Children's Resource Centre

MPSJ councillors Mohan Singh (left) Michael Noel Jalleh officiating the Children's Resource Centre

A Children’s Resource Centre has been set up at the Zone 18 community hall in Bandar Kinrara 2, Puchong for the benefit of children living in the area.

The centre is an initiative undertaken by the Zone 18 Residents Committee (JKP) and is located along Jalan BK 2/10, inside the Zone 18 JKP office.

Its chairman Michael Noel Jalleh, who is also Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) councillor for Zone 18, said the idea for the centre came about after children were seen trying to get into the office compound.

“With the centre, they can now come here to read before school starts or even after classes.

“I hope other residents committees will also look into setting up such centres.

“The book shelves were donated and MPSJ donated some books.

“We hope more people will donate books for the centre, as well as items such as board games,” he said.

Deputy chairman Aminuddin Mohamed added, “We hope volunteers will come forward to provide free tuition classes at the centre for poor students.”

Tags / Keywords: Community, Central Region, Education, Events, Books, People, Family & Community, MPSJ, CHILDREN'S RESOURCE CENTRE


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