Chu briefs the Sarawak contingent before the start of the camp.
MIRI: The Sarawak MRC contingent did the state proud when it emerged first runner-up in the foot drills competition at the national-level ‘21st Tutti Fratelli Camp’ held at Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam, Taman Botani Negara, in Shah Alam.
And another source of pride came from Chu Yan Win of the Sarawak contingent who was adjudged the best head/commander.
Ten youth leaders and officers of Malaysian Red Crescent (MRC) from Miri, Sibu and Stampin branches in Sarawak were among 100 participants of the three-day camp last month.
The Miri Chapter was represented by four youth leaders and an officer and all the participants from the three branches were led by Chu Yan Win of Miri who was chosen as commander for the Sarawak contingent.
Meaningful activities lined up for all the participants included competitions on traditional based first-aid, rhythmic footwork, practical twisting movement (bandages) test and foot drills.
In a separate event, the Miri Chapter sent nine youth leaders and an officer to the state-level forest camp in Kampung Bunan Gega in Kuching recently.
At the camp, Victor Lee of SMK Dato Permaisuri Miri and Philip Yong of SMK Chung Hua Miri were named the best participants.
The traditional based team first-aid test in progress.
Participants in a photocall after the final session of the national-level ‘21st Tutti Fratelli Camp’ held at Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam, Taman Botani Negara in Shah Alam.