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[5 May 2012 | No Comment | ]

2012 MW Bak Chang Project
Ladies of WMC Alor Setar once again multi-tasking… fellowship and fund-raising…making bak chang. Many other ladies not in the photos…co-ordinated the bak chang orders…washed the bak chang leaves…counted the bak chang…boiled the bak chang…distributed the bak chang…buy the bak chang…eat the bak chang…
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[7 Aug 2011 | No Comment | ]

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Our sister Teh Boon Leng came back to Alor Star with her daughter Chelsea and grand-daughter Gwyndylyn for a few weeks, so MW organised a tea gathering for fellowship. Activities included karaoke (3 brave men), tea, chit-chat and praise-dance.
 

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[26 Jan 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
First MW Meeting 2010

We had our first MW Meeting on 25th January night, at Ah Ho’s place. Tis the first meeting since the change of guard for the MW. The attendance was really encouraging. We had 26 ladies who showed up; 3 of whom were friends. A good start. The meeting started off with a short time of singspiration led by Julie, followed by a short time for sharing. Michelle gave thanks that God has always seen to her needs where food is concerned.
Then it was time to get down to business. Ah …

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[10 Nov 2009 | 5 Comments | ]
MW Thanksgiving Dinner

This year’s annual MW Thanksgiving Dinner was held on 9 November 2009 at Crystal Phoenix Restaurant . The four tables reserved were filled by 7.30 pm, except for 3 or 4 empty seats, and Pastor Lee Peng Chiat was seated in the midst of his female flock.
The evening kicked off at 7.40 pm with MC, Ong Gaik Yeok, leading the ladies in praise and worship, backed by a ‘full orchestra’. We sounded good!
MW outgoing President, Joan Nga, came on next to welcome everyone, thanked the 2007-2009 MW Committee and …

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[6 Jul 2009 | No Comment | ]

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Ladies Saturday Craft Session..
The ladies of the church had another one of craft meetings. This was in the morning. There were 7 of us, some diehard ‘crafters’. 8)

Tis another session to see how each one is progressing with their masterpieces.. ..this is one which is still in progress. Most are making for their cucu…. but they are many who don’t mind getting them as gifts also… Ha! Ha! See, we aren’t that different from our grandmothers… the passing of batons… grandma(s), ma(s) used to make these for …