Group Photograph Friday, Mar 24 2006 

Here is all of us who were there on 18th March 2006 Posted by Picasa

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Scouters, Old Boys and Teachers Friday, Mar 24 2006 

The current scouters, old boys and teachers. Ms Raguna (in red) and Puan Rosmani are the teacher advisors. Posted by Picasa

Ground Breaking Friday, Mar 24 2006 

The ground breaking by Heng Yuen, Kwai Choong and Mr. Chin Nam Keong. Posted by Picasa

Prayers Friday, Mar 24 2006 

Charlie Choong leads us in a prayer for smooth construction progress and safety of the workers during construction. Posted by Picasa

Mr. Chin is Introduced Friday, Mar 24 2006 

Mr. Chin Nam Keong, the current Co-Curricular Supervisor of the school is introduced to the old boys. Posted by Picasa

The current senior scouts.  Friday, Mar 24 2006 

The current senior scouts. Posted by Picasa

The "Square" Horseshore – Sloppy as Ever Friday, Mar 24 2006 

As the event starts the boys fall in to a horseshoe Posted by Picasa

Ceremony Starts Friday, Mar 24 2006 

As the ceremony starts, that’s from left, Jason, Freddie, Kong Ming, Charlie Choong, Kwai Choong, Fook Sang, Jonathan (in uniform current senior Troop Leader). On Jonathan’s left shoulder is Charlie Ng, partially hidden by Dr. Eric Wong is Tony Tan. Extreme right is Frank Liew. Posted by Picasa

Ground Breaking Ceremony Friday, Mar 24 2006 

The building committee held a simple ground breaking ceremony on 18th March 2006. That’s Charlie Choong, Kwai Choong, Chee Wah and Yew Kuen chatting before the start of the ceremony. Posted by Picasa

Proposed New Home for 10th KL Friday, Mar 24 2006 

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Dear Brother Scouts,

The idea for a new scout den for 10th Kuala Lumpur Air Scouts Group was mooted some time in 2004. The principle then, Ms Moey Yoke Lai was very heartened to learn that old scouts of the group are taking up this challenge and gave full support. The owners of the land, the Wesley Church has been most cooperative. We are very grateful for their encouragement and assistance.

The procrastinators we are, has taken us this long to have the plans drawn up, submitted to Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur. DBKL wanted to make some changes and finally in February 2006, the plans were approved.

The perspective above is drawn by brother scout Yap Hock Seong and so are the actual plans submitted to DBKL. Hock Seong has never mentioned any fees and does not expect to issue a bill for the work done.

Sealed tenders for the construction were opened by the building committee on 3rd March 2006 and the lowest bid of just below RM143,000 was accepted. The contractor Zimara Sdn Bhd is known to us and has promised very flexible terms of payment.