Thursday, 19 July 2012 11:01
Some three hundred Lamisahan Elementary School school children have benefited from the outreach program of the Zamboanga Rouser’s Club yesterday morning at Lamisahan Elementary School.
The school children were given free haircut, grooming kits, and chalk and food supplements for the school teacher of the school beneficiary.
The principal of the school beneficiary Al Fernandez was present during the activity.
Zamboanga Rouser’s Club founder, Khan Tulawi, said they have chosen the area because they saw the need of the school children who are far from the city proper.
Ten barbers assisted during the outreach program who gave the school children a free haircut.
The group's outreach program targets far flung barangays so that their needs could somehow be addressed even though they are far from the city proper.
Tulawi also said that, “We are not just riders, we also ride for a cause.”
Zamboanga Rouser’s Club is composed of some 50 male owners of Rouser Motorcycle who came from the different barangays in this city and all are professionals.
The group was founded last September 7, 2011 for ride and fun where they started with only five members. It expanded and later on decided to serve the community through outreach services.
By: R.G. Antonet Go
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