The Saujana Hotel KL Celebrates Christmas with’the Spirit of Giving’

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The Saujana Hotel KL Celebrates Christmas with’the Spirit of Giving’

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Established in 1963, the home provides permanently disabled residents of all races and religious background, without any means of income or resources, opportunities to learn new skills that would assist them in leading an independent life.

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Over the years, The Selangor Cheshire Home have been working hand-in-hand with The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur in providing tremendous support in training their residents in the Economic Empowerment Programme (EEP).

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The high tea, held at the Charcoal Restaurant, was graced by the presence of the President of the Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor, Datin Paduka (Dato’) Khatijah Sulaiman and the Honorary Secretary, Major Habibah Baharom (R), AMP. They were joined by former and current residents of the home, invited guests and dignitaries, the senior management team from The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur and members of the media.

Ticking off the first agenda of the Christmas high tea celebration was the beautiful serenade of traditional Christmas carols with a twist. The inclusion of the upbeat jazzy tune, presented by the Jazzy Carolers from Putera Aman Assembly Church, brought the joyful spirit of the season of giving to the event.

Guests at the high tea were treated to a scrumptious selection of local and international cuisine prepared by the dedicated team of chefs from the hotel. Delicacies included a selection of savory finger sandwiches, sweet pastries, and traditional Malay kuih with apple crème brulee, raspberry pistachio cake and crepes suzette with apples cube, banana sliced and strawberry.

Exciting activities were organized such as entertaining Christmas games and an astounding fusion dance performance by the talented sisters, Anagha Laxmi Ramesh and Baghya Laxmi Ramesh.

The afternoon continued with a delightful string of performances by the former EEP students. As all good things that must come to an end, the high tea concluded with a special performance by the residents of the Selangor Cheshire Home and a thank-you speech from Mr. Ramesh Kumaraguru, the Director of Human Resource at The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur. It was indeed, a wonderful afternoon of sharing and giving in true homage to the spirit of Christmas.

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