IT mall brings Raya joy to 36 children


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  • Tuesday, 11 Jul 2017

The children enjoying their fried chicken meal.

SQUEALS of laughter filled the air as overjoyed children immersed themselves in fun-filled activities at a fast food restaurant in Plaza Low Yat, Kuala Lumpur.

A group of 36 children from Rumah Kasih Harmoni (RKH) in Taman Sri Keramat, Kuala Lumpur, were treated to a Hari Raya lunch themed “Syoknya Raya!”, courtesy of Plaza Low Yat under the shopping centre’s corporate social responsibility programme.

The merry occasion saw the children, aged between six and 14, enjoying their fried chicken meal while being entertained by the funny antics of Frankie the Clown, who also performed magic tricks.

Frankie was then swarmed by excited children as he began twisting balloons into different shapes such as swords and flowers for them.

Plaza Low Yat executive area general manager Patrick Honan later presented the children with duit raya and goodie bags.

“It is an honour for all of us at Plaza Low Yat to host the children as our special guests to celebrate this special occasion of Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

“We would like the children to know that they will always have the love, care and support from the community of Plaza Low Yat,” he said.

Additionally, Plaza Low Yat management presented the caretakers from RKH with a variety of daily necessities such as cooking oil, detergents, toiletries, rice and biscuits.

Just as everyone thought the event was about to end, the children were caught by surprise when the team and mascot of popular local animated TV series Bola Kampung together with KFC mascot Chicky made their appearance.

The event was made livelier as the mascots went around entertaining guests, taking pictures and distributing more goodies to the children before they went back with wonderful memories of the Raya celebration.


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