Stamford College Running for a Cause 18 Sep 10

Stamford College will be hosting the “Running for a Cause” in conjunction with Stamford’s 60th Anniversary Celebration. This event is hosted as a CSR and is completely for Charity. The purpose of this event is to raise funds for two very needy associations: The Ping Rong- NKF Haemodialysis Cnetre and the Senior Citizens Association of Selangor and Federal Territory.

For outsiders (non-Stamford students) the fee to participate for the run is RM10 (people, please remember that this is for charity and it is going for a good cause) however, for Stamford students, the participation fee is waved, so that means it is absolutely FREE!!

7.30am Warm up
8.15am Flag off
10.00am Singing performance by African students
10.10am Dancing performance by SECITA representatives
10.20am Dancing performance by Stamford College’s School of Business and Marketing
10.30am Performance by Tae Kwan Do group
10.45am Welcome song by Rasa Sayang group
10.45am Arrival of the Guest of Honour
11.00am Opening speech by the Executive Chairman
11.10am Speech by the Guest of Honour
11.20am Performance by students of Sekolah Tunku Ampuan Nahijah, Seremban
11.30am Presentation of trophies to the top 5 runners of each category
11.40am Presentation of mock cheques to beneficiaries
11.45am Presentation of souvenir by the Executive Chairman to the Guest of Honour
11.50am Photography session
12.00pm Guest of Honour to visit the food and fun fair
7.30am on Sept 18, in Dataran Timur PJ, opposite Amcorp Mall

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Running for a Cause
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