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Monday, December 28, 2020

26 December 2020

Thank you for the masks, hand sanitisers and calendars!

Delivered to us during the heavy downpour on Saturday by our caring ADUN YB Jamaliah Jamaluddin and Mr Aaron (Assistant to Councillor Loyis, MBPJ Zone 9)

Friday, December 18, 2020

Setting the mood for Christmas with our zero cost Christmas tree in the park at Jalan SS20/15.

Christmas tree was a preloved item given to us.
Angel ornaments were made from lace doilies.
Silver balls were upcycled from food packaging.
Other ornaments and lights were preloved items.

Friday, December 11, 2020

 9 December 2020

Regular patrolling by police in our area -
Kpl Hasnol updating us on the SOP for CMCO and reminding us to follow SOP at all times.
Terima kasih Kpl Hasnol & team!

 10 December 2020

To Sabah with Love!
SS20 ladies handed over 287 reusable cloth masks to Ms June from YWCA today. These masks were sewn at home by a group of SS20 ladies during this pandemic. The masks will be sent to Sabah with the help of TUDM for the lower income group.
The ladies will continue sewing masks for Sabah until we break the chain.
Well done ladies!

 6 & 7 December 2020

eCensus Clinic at SS20 Central Zone Cabin, Jalan SS20/14, Damansara Utama to help SS20 residents with the online survey.

' The census is important for identifying the size, distribution, composition and socio-economic characteristics of population and housing in Malaysia. The information collected will be used to plan, formulate and implement the policy of the Government of Malaysia for the purpose of national development and the interest of Malaysians in the future. Information from the Census helps determine how government funding worth billions of ringgit will be spent across the country. Information from the census will be used to make plans and decisions regarding the public services required for each locality such as hospitals, schools, roads, and public transport. Local authorities also use information from the census to help meet the core needs of their area.'