This is the first time I heard about this event. Might be organized before in the past but wasn't in the calendar for the past 2 years. Always delighted to learn about cross country runs instead of the usual road running. Ha, Juru is more well-known for its manufacturing industry, expensive eateries and lately residential property. Are there any more kampung's there?
Date: 26 September 2010 | Sunday | 8:00am
Venue: JKKK Perkampungan Juru (Beside Bomba Sukarela)
Contact: 0124776548 (Mr.Chiam)
Date: 17 Oct 2010 (Sun)
Venue: Jalan Dr Lim Chwee Leong (Komtar)
More details and forms available from the link below
Attached herewith is the Tanjong 10km entry form for yr perusal.
The event will be held on Sunday, 3rd October 2010.
Closing date for entries is on 19th of September 2010.
Please circulate this info and urge your members / friends to participate.
Kindly contact the following persons if u need any assistance on registration.
Mr. Petha (012-4504587) Gelugor
Mr. Yaacob ( 012-4714650) Georgetown (Town Area)
Mr. Alex Ong (012-4945026) Bukit Mertajam/Mengkuang Area
Mr. Boss Lingam (012-4393142) BM Area
Mr. Yu Song (016-4628165) Butterworth Area.
Other teams who have large participation and
All schools who wish to register in bulks, kindly contact me at 016-4628260.
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I think is fair to say that most of us have experienced car break-ins or knew of someone who had fell victim to it at one point of our lives. So why is it that we still leave our valuables in the car knowing that we run a risk of losing it? Read on to find out more...
THE last thing you want to worry about after signing up for a marathon is where to park your car on race day.
It might sound inconsequential but for experienced runners, it is an issue.
Parking lots are usually very quiet at about 4am and you would be able to find a handful of runners warming up around their cars.
The writer went on a morning run with a group of runners. But before we got started one of them asked if I had anything expensive in the car as it might attract thieves.
At 6am? Who would have thought that a car parked adjacent to the Bukit Aman police headquarters would be unsafe.