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MALAYSIA Porsche Club contributed two boats worth RM13,000 to the Pagoh River Rangers to carry out their river management community programme.

Malaysia Porsche Club chairman Datuk Ali Abdul Kadir (wearing cap) looking at the two new boats given to the Pagoh River Rangers.Club chairman Datuk Ali Abdul Kadir also hoped the boats could facilitate the duties of the rangers, especially during floods and natural disasters.

"The boats are bought from money raised through charity.

"Part of it had come from the recent Supercar For Charity event held at Sepang which raised RM200,000."

Ali handed over the boats in a ceremony at Kampung Raja, near Muar, which was attended by 40 club members.

The Pagoh River Rangers is a voluntary organisation formed by the Force of Nature Aid Foundation together with the Global Environment Centre, a non-governmental organisation.

The organisation has 280 members, mainly made up of residents from Kampung Raja, Kampung Jayor and Kampung Brohot.

The Pagoh River Rangers also have students from five schools -- SMK Sultan Alaudin Riayat Shah 1, SK Kampung Raja, SK Pekan Pagoh, SJK Soon Mong and SJK Ladang Lanadron and SK Paya Redan -- among its members.


Malaysia Porsche Club chairman Datuk Ali Abdul Kadir (wearing cap) looking at the two new boats given to the Pagoh River Rangers.


2009.05.04

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