Woodworkers labour to rebuild burnt tahfiz

  • Nation
  • Friday, 06 Oct 2017

Worthy cause: MWA members busy making new furniture for the tahfiz at a workshop.

PUCHONG: Volunteers worked round the clock all through last weekend to make furniture for the Kampung Datuk Keramat tahfiz that was razed last month.

The 30 woodworkers with the Malaysian Woodworkers Association (MWA) made 60 book rests (rehal) and three storage racks, and they still have lots more to do.

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