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Rabu, 19 September 2012

Red Crescent cleans Muslim cemetery

Anwar Rosly
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
FIFTY members with 30 officials from the Brunei-Muara District's Red Crescent Society (RCS) banded together to hold its third annual clean-up campaign, this time at the Limbungan Muslim cemetery.

The clean-up project was led by Hj Muhd Suhaimi Hj Ibrahim, the Director of the Brunei Muara District Red Crescent Society.

"We have been doing this since 2010 and during that time our first experience was to cover two areas of Muslim cemeteries in Terunjing and Rangas, while last year we did the clean-up at Halangan Besar Islamic Cemetery," the director said.

"This is also our ways to give back to the community and helping them out such as with our recent role in the BIBD's Sirah Amal charity drive. We joined them on their trips to all four districts and visited the less fortunate families to hand them donations. Our role in the charity drive was to identify the needs of the less fortunate families so we know how exactly to help them out in anyways possible," said the director.

He has also mentioned that the RCS will be holding few upcoming events such as the Tahlil and Doa Arwah ceremony for their late members and officials as well as holding Hari Raya event together with 200 less fortunate families and orphans. 
Members of the Brunei-Muara District Red Crescent Society cleans up the areas of the Limbungan Muslim Cemetery. Picture: BT/Anwar Rosly
The Brunei Times 

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