The Boys' Brigade

Sure & Stedfast - Hebrews 6:19

The Boys' Brigade (BB) was founded by Sir William Alexander Smith on 4th of October 1883, in Glasgow, Scotland. Sir William A. Smith was a Lieutanent at the 1st Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers. He then came up with an idea of introducing the form of displinary and interactive teachings to the Sunday School. Therefore, in 4th October 1883,the official 1st Boys’ Brigade unit (1st Glasgow Company) was formed which attracted a lot of boys to join. Little that you know, The Boys’ Brigade remains as the oldest voluntary uniformed youth movement in the world. You can find BB in countries like the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Macau, Africa, Malaysia, Singapore and many more. In Malaysia, it is recognized and supported by the Malaysia's Ministry of Education and The Youth and Sports Ministry.


We build your character in aspects of


Obedience

Reverence

Discipline

Self-Respect




Kuala Lumpur State Council

Committed As ONE - Philippians 2: 1-4

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 Kuala Lumpur State Council comprises of twelve companies in KL and an extension of two Seremban companies as of year 2017.




WHO'S WHO

Our very own Executive Council Members. A team of competent and dedicated to serve the Brigade.




Andy Tan - Commissioner and MBWP Representative, 04KUL

Nicholas Yeap - Deputy Commissioner, 12KUL

Andrew Tan - Secretary, 12KUL

Goy Su Ling - Treasurer, 06KUL

Ronald Leong - Awards & Training, 12KUL

Everett Siew - Drill, 01SBN

Yee Mun Theam - Extensions, 01KUL

Susan Pee - Girls' Wing, 10KUL

Jesper Ong - Juniors' Section, 10KUL