Thank you to all of you who participated, supported and assisted in the BB Pesta 2018; Pesta Beyond!
See you at Melaka next two years!
The Kuala Lumpur State Boys' Brigade organized the bi-annual Kuala Lumpur State Boys' Brigade Inter-Company Foot Drill at Universiti Putra Malaysia, Selangor on 23rd June 2018 with total participation from 11 teams; five from the Junior's and six from the Senior's Section respectively.
The training started off on Day One where trainees checked-in at given counters and were asked to fall- in for the opening parade...
KUL GAMES is a bi-annual event held to promote unity, friendship and healthy lifestyle among BB boys and girls in the KL State Council. This year's KUL Games 2017 was held in Methodist Boys' Secondary School Kuala Lumpur. We witnessed 12 companies competing among one another in 9 different sports.
With the continuation of the commemoration of the legacy of the Founder of The Boys’ Brigade – Sir William Alexander Smith, the 3rd fun run cum fundraising event was held under the banner of the Kuala Lumpur State Council of the Boys’ Brigade in Malaysia, in collaboration with The Selangor State Council of The Boys’ Brigade in Malaysia...
The Boys’ Brigade (BB) is a non-government uniformed-youth organisation which was founded by Sir William Alexander Smith on 4th of October 1883, in Glasgow, Scotland. In Malaysia, it is recognised by the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Ministry of Education. The BB consists of members aged between 7 to 21 years old. Our programmes are designed to develop members in Educational, Physical, Social, and Spiritual aspects, in order to prepare them for the challenges of life, for the present and the future.
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As part of The Boys' Brigade, it is the Council objective to build character among the youths to become leaders of tomorrow, in accordance to the BB Object. The Kuala Lumpur State Council (KLSC) was formed in the later part of 2002 as part of BBMs initiative to streamline National administration, from the former District Councils of which KL was then part of the Central District. Then Kuala Lumpur and Selangor was a single entity known as the Kuala Lumpur Battalion. Currently, the KL State Council comprises of twelve companies all over the Capital City of Malaysia and an extension of two Seremban companies as of year 2017.
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