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Saratok SIDS organises Malaysia Day Walk to promote patriotism

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PATRIOTIC SPIRIT: Jelaing leads the SIDS Saratok Malaysia Day Walk around the town in conjunction with Women’s Day.

SARATOK: The Sarakup Indu Dayak Sarawak (SIDS) branch here organised a `Malaysia Day Walk’ in conjunction with their Women Day celebration.

Its chairperson, Juliana Bedus said that the Malaysia Day Walk was aimed at stirring up the patriotic spirit and sense of love for the nation among its members and the younger generation.

About 200 people including pupils from several nearby primary schools took part in the Malaysia Day Walk around the town.

She thanked Deputy Minister of Transport, Jelaing Mersat who led the walk, for agreeing to be their guest of honour as well as for the support he had provided all this while.

According to Juliana, they recently received a grant of RM10,000 from Jelaing, that would enable them to carry out several meaningful activities for the benefit of its members and the community.

These include workshops, seminars, educational programmes for members’ children, handicraft courses and cultural classes, she said.

Among those present were Sarawak Administrative officer Laga Kueh and a representative of the Saratok district officer Rengin Jamang.SARATOK: The Sarakup Indu Dayak Sarawak (SIDS) branch here organised a `Malaysia Day Walk’ in conjunction with their Women’s Day celebration.

Its chairperson, Juliana Bedus said that the Malaysia Day Walk was aimed at stirring up the patriotic spirit and sense of love for the nation among its members and the younger generation.

About 200 people including pupils from several nearby primary schools took part in the Malaysia Day Walk around the town.

She thanked Deputy Minister of Transport, Jelaing Mersat who led the walk, for agreeing to be their guest of honour as well as for the support he had provided all this while.

According to Juliana, they recently received a grant of RM10,000 from Jelaing, that would enable them to carry out several meaningful activities for the benefit of its members and the community.

These include workshops, seminars, educational programmes for members’ children, handicraft courses and cultural classes, she said.

Among those present were Sarawak Administrative officer Laga Kueh and a representative of the Saratok district officer Rengin Jamang.