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Royal Rangers 23rd Council of Achievement

 
For the first time, the Royal Rangers held their Council of Achievement at Pusat Activiti Calvary in Damansara Perdana. The event began with a time of food and fellowship at 4.15pm prepared by the parents before adjourning to the sanctuary for the ceremony. A total of 244 parents and friends joined the Royal Rangers to recognize the Rangers for their achievements in the first half of the year.
   
 
The ceremony began with an action song “He’s Got The Whole World” presented by the Ranger Kids (6 to 8 years). This was followed by a time of Praise and Worship lead by Junior Commander Justin Tiew.
 

 
This was followed by a skit by the Discovery Rangers (9 to 11 years) entitled “The Three Wise Men” about an alien coming to earth looking for God. After asking all the wise men on earth, the alien finds in answer from a Royal Ranger.
   

The emcee, Councilman Samuel Sam; Commander Justin leading in worship; Expedition Rangers Hansel Wong with his report and our Chaplain, Associate Pastor Steven Kum
   
Ranger Hansel Wong shared a report on their Backpacking Expedition to Endau Rompin in June with photographs that got the audience admiring the pristine environment of the national park.
The 4-day trip was the culmination of months of work to earn the Advance Backpacking Merit.

Our Chaplain, Associate Pastor Steven Kum was in attendance to share the devotion encouraging both parents and Rangers that even as we recognize the Rangers for their good work, God is faithful and rewards us with many blessings. He also recognized all the Commanders for all their faithful service. The Adventure Rangers (12 to 14 years) presented a skit based on “Jonah and the Big Fish”. 

 

   

The moment the Rangers were waiting for had arrived. Starting with the Ranger Kids, and followed by the Discovery Rangers, the Rangers were recognized for the

merits and advancements they had earn. Before continuing with the award ceremony for the Adventure Rangers and Expedition Rangers, the Expedition Rangers (15 to 17 years) presented a skit entitled “To pay or Not” about a Ranger who perseveres in spite of persecution.
   
Two Expedition Rangers received National recognition for their advancements Hansel Wong earned the Bronze Medal and Lam Kah Leong earn the Silver Medal, moving a step closed to the Gold Medal of Achievement. Commanders Jasslyn Chan, Jonathan Lim, Justin Tiew, Lam Kah Meng, Stephanie Kok and Timothy Lee were also recognized for completing the Ranger Basics leadership training. A total of 340 merits and advancements were presented to 116 Rangers.

 
Expedition Rangers Hansel Wong receiving the Bronze Medal of Achievement from Senior Commander Jim Guneratnam
   
Expedition Rangers Lam Kah Leong receiving the Silver Medal of Achievement from Senior Commander Jim Guneratnam
   

   
The event concluded with a final song presentation by the Discovery Rangers. With many more exciting activities planned for this year, the Royal Rangers will have another award ceremony at the end of the year. Congratulations to the Rangers and thank you to all the parents for their support. 
 

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