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  • Saturday, 24 Jan 2015

There will be a temporary lane closure at KM2.5 and KM3.5 along the South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE). Today, a contra-flow (Kajang-bound) will be set up along with the closure of slip road to Hospital Serdang between 10.30pm to 6am. Tomorrow, the middle and fast lanes (Kajang-bound) and the fast lane (Puchong-bound) will be closed from 6am until 7pm. On Jan 26, the slow lane (Kajang-bound) will be closed from 10.30pm until 6am.

Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation Malaysia (ADFM) will be having a free talk titled “Challenges in Caring Dementia Sufferers” today from 3pm onwards at 28th Residency Sunway Damansara, Jalan PJU3/26 Sunway Damansara Residents Association (next to Avenue 23 neighbourhood). For details, call 016-608 2513 (Jenny).

Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and Yayasan Strategi Sosial will be having a Meet the Residents session tomorrow from 10am onwards at Dewan Netaji, MIC headquarters, Menara Manicavasagam, No.1, Jalan Rahmat, Kuala Lumpur. There will be complaint counters set up and DBKL staff will be present to assist and address issues raised by residents.

Rotary Club of Seri Petaling and Pearl International Hotel Pearl Point Shopping Mall is having a blood donation campaign tomorrow from10.30am to 4pm at Pearl Point Shopping Mall, Batu 5, Jalan Klang Lama. For details, call 03-7983 1111.

Nexus International School Putrajaya’s Year 9 students will be staging a drama production titled Fugee by Abi Morgan to raise awareness for human trafficking on Jan 28 at 6pm at the school’s theatre. Admission is free and open to those aged six and above. Donations are welcomed and funds will be channelled to Stop The Traffik, an organisation for human trafficking awareness. For details call 03-8889 3868.

The Research for Social Advancement will be having a free forum on Feb 1 from 2pm to 5pm at Mandarin Court Hotel, Jalan Maharajalela Kuala Lumpur. The forum is titled Beyond Local Government: Making Kuala Lumpur a State. For details call 03-9285 5808.

Kuala Lumpur City Hall is re-initiating its horse-themed recreational activities at Taman Tasik Titiwangsa Kuala Lumpur daily starting Feb 1. Visitors to the park can enjoy a pony ride as well as a horse-carriage ride. There will be two sessions — from 9am to noon and from 3pm to 6pm.

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