Tuesday, August 3, 2010

PPRMCS doing their bit for the Tigers

Sabah King Scouts Brotherhood did their bit in saving the tigers by extending the' "Stripes R iCon" campaign to the Kem 1 Pengakap 1 Malaysia held at Kem Tiku, Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia from 31st July to 1st August 2010. The campaign which was launched by the KL Rovers as part of the Scouts for Nature (SFN) programme aims to increase awareness towards the protection and preservation of the Malayan Tigers, the symbol of Malaysia, which are facing extinction.

The Kem 1 Pengakap 1 Malaysia Camp was held in conjunction with the World Scouts Day celebration which falls on 1 August every year. More than 1,000 scouts from all around Sabah and neighbouring districts of Nunukan, Tarakan and Sebatik, Indonesia attended the Camp. The Camp was officially opened by the National Chief Scout Commissioner, Y.Bhg Datuk Hj. Kaharudin Bin Momin.

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