M Samueil M
(Biro Tugas2 Khas)
Lt Kol (B) Dr
Abdul Razak Abdullah
Nik Md Yassin
(Biro Sukan &
Hari Guru Pringkat Kebangsaan telah pun berlangsung pada 16 Mei 2007
yang lepas .Sebagai
anak kandung dari sebuah gedung ilmu
yang berwibawa, bekas pelajar SDAR tidak
pernah melupakan jasa gurunya.Setiap
kali ahli-ahli SDARA bertemu, hal-hal yang berkaitan dengan guru
menjadi agenda perbualansama
langsung ataupun tidak.Walau
komen kita tentang guru, mereka tetap merupakan insan penting kepada
SDARA, guru bukan sekadar tenaga pengajar
yang membantu kita lulus peperiksaan dengan cemerlang, , tetapi mereka
adalah “ibu dan bapa” kepada kita semua.Manifestasi daripada itu,
setiap kali SDARA menganjurkan
aktiviti-aktiviti penting seperti Jamuan Tahunan dan sebagainya, guru
penubuhannya pada tahun 1957, ramai guru telah berkhidmat di SDAR.Beberapa orang daripada
mereka telah pun
meninggalkan kita buat selama-lamanya.Antaranya termasuklah bekas Pengetua
SDAR(1963-1968) Allahyarham Amat
bin Miun yang telah kembali ke Rahmatullah tanpa pengetahuan kebanyakan
sehingga apabila beberapa orang ahli SDARA yang berkunjung ke rumahnyadi Bukit Baru, Melaka
menganjurkan pertemuan di sebuah hotel di Melaka beberapa tahun yang
diberitahu oleh isterinya bahawa beliau baru sebulan meninggal dunia.Seorang lagi guruyang tidak mungkin
dilupakan oleh SDARA ialah
yang keseluruhan perkhidmatannya dihabiskan di SDAR sehinggakan apabila
bersara, beliau terus tinggal di SDAR sebagai pengusaha kantin sekolah.Kepada pelajar SDAR pada
tahun 60 dan 70an,
Allayarham Ustaz Tajuddin bukan hanya sebagai guru bahkan sebagai bapa
sentiasa prihatin kepada kebajikan anak-anak didiknya.
ramai yang tidak kenal siapakah yang menciptadan menulis lirikLagu Rasmi
Sekolah: Berilmu Untuk Berjasa.Lagu
tersebut telah dicipta pada tahun 1967 bersempena Sambutan Sepuluh
Penubuhan SDAR oleh Allahyarham Abd Hamid Baharuddin, seorang guru yang
boleh yang bukan sahaja boleh mengajar berbagai-bagaimata pelajaran termasuk mata pelajaran
bahkan telah mengajar murid-muridnya berlakon drama pentas.Selain itu, Allahyarham
juga seorang pemain
badminton yang hebat.
sama-sama kita mendokan semoga Allah menempatkan Allahyarham guru-guru
ke dalam kategoriorang-orang
beriman dan dicucuri rahmat.
juga telah menghasilkan ramai pelajar yang berkhidmat dalam bidang
pelbagai peringkat persekolahan dari sekolah rendah hinggalah ke
pusat pengajian tinggi. Antaranya ada yang memperlihatkan kecemerlangan
luar biasa dalam perkhidmatan sehingga dianugerahkan jawatan sebagaipemimpin institusi,
Jabatan dan Bahagian
ataupun dinobatkan sebagai tokoh guru.Walau di mana pun mereka bertugas, jasa
mereka tetap tidak
Newsletter keluaran kali ini memaparkan antara lain, kisah seorang
menghargai jasa gurunya yang secara kebetulan pula kedua-duanya adalah
pelajar SDAR dalam artikel bertajuk “Touched By An Angel”.
berikut yang ditulis oleh Sasterawan Negara pada tahun 1979
tentang pengorbanan guru-guruyang
mendidik kita sehingga menjadikan kita manusia pada hari ini.
Sajak:Guru O Guru
Berburu kepada padang
Dapat Rusa belang kaki
Berguru kepalang ajar
Ibarat bunga kembang tak jadi
(dedikasi kepada Hari Guru dan
Dialah pemberi paling setia
Tiap akar ilmu miliknya
Pelita dan lampu segala
Untuk manusia sebelum jadi
Dialah ibu dialah bapa juga
Alur kesetiaan mengalirkan
Pemimpin yang ditauliahkan
Seribu tahun katanya menjadi
Jika hari ini seorang Perdana
Jika hari ini seorang Raja
Jika hari ini seorang Presiden
Jika hari ini seorang ulama yang
Jika hari ini seorang peguam
Jika hari ini seorang penulis
Jika hari ini siapa sahaja
Sejarahnya dimulakan oleh
seorang guru biasa
Dengan lembut sabarnya mengajar
Di mana-mana dia berdiri di muka
Di sebuah sekolah mewah di Ibu Kota
Di bangunan tua sekolah Hulu
Dia adalah guru mewakili seribu
Semakin terpencil duduknya di
Semakin bererti tugasnya kepada
Jadilah apa pun pada akhir
Budi yang diapungkan didulangi
“cikgu” kekal terpahat
Menjadi kenangan ke akhir hayat.
Pengarang Suara SDARA keluaranNovember
1997 antara lain
menyatakan : “Sesungguhnya
pendidikan peringkat sekolah amat penting menanam benih kasih sayang
menghormati di kalangan anak didik.Kerana itu pendidikan tidak sekadar
memberi ilmu pengetahuan dan
kemahiran, tetapi juga menyuburkan amalan kasih sayang sesama insan.
sayang wajar diberikan kepada SDARA, satu-satunya persatuan untuk kita
kemesraan dan permuafakatan”.Berasaskansemangat tersebut, maka SDARA Newsletter dari semasa ke
akan memaparkan juga kisah-kisah rakan-rakan kita dan keluarga mereka
menyediakan ruang untuk kita membuktikan bahawa kasih sayang antara
sebenarnya wujud dan terus subur walaupun di mana kita berada.Keluaran kali ini dalam
ruangan “Berita SDARA”
kisah sedih beberapa orang
rakan kita dan keluarga mereka.Berita
ini diharap akan
kasih sayang sesama kita.Bantuan dalam pelbagai
dialu-alukan dan kita yakin ramai di antara kita yang mampu berbuat
"Cg ahmad hj ali, masa kau
skolah rendah. budak sdar 1st btch. 0136004595", the SMS from Rosman Md
Said @ KC was displayed on my Treo600 screen. It was about someone who
wondered about since 1980, 27 years ago. I immediately
called up Cikgu
Ahmad and we spoke for almost 9 minutes, catching up on old times and
"bertanya khabar". It was a long call for me, for someone who does
not talk much in person. Especially so, since the
made when I was in the middle of Chow Kit market,
with me holding
heavy bags of groceries.
Cikgu Ahmad Hj Ali is someone whom
I will be proud to talk about for the rest of my life. Why it is so?
the many excellent teachers that I've had, Cikgu Ahmad stands above the
He has changed me from a mediocre student during primary school to what
I am not proud of early primary
school days. I was one of the slow learners. In standard one, I didn't
know how to tie my own shoes. A girl by the name of Nurismah tied them
me at school. I only learned to read and write in Standard 2, thanks to
Cikgu Kahar, the elder brother of Rahim Tambichik. I did well enough in
Standard 3 and 4 but I never excelled, unlike others such
(now a medical lecturer in HUKM - always number 1), Khadijah and Nazri
medical lecturer in HUKM).
It was not surprising since my
real life was not in school but outside of it. I would always be
with my mates;
Hassan brothers (Azman, Leman, Arip & Ipin)
Matrop brothers (Junaini & Bishukri - now a teacher in SDAR)
Wahab brothers (Azam & Akmal)
Razali brothers (Firdaus and later 8 others!)
After school, my brothers and I
would throw down our bags and go missing for the rest of the
day. We would
either be fishing at the waterhole, sliding down steep hills on pieces
cardboards, playing cops & robbers, hunting birds using
shooting at each other using bow and arrow or "letup-letup" (a pop
gun made out of bamboos), playing hide & seek, "pangkah
playing kites, "main terup", " main getah", playing
marbles or so on and so forth. None of us did any schoolwork
at all at
home, let alone revision.
Ahmad joined the school in 1965. He was a "rotation teacher",
teaching mathematics and other subjects from one class to another. He
was not a
class teacher till 1977. Initially he rented a room in Masjid Tanah for
He got married in 1966. Then in 1972, he stayed in Kg Bahagia, Batang
travelled 20 km to Masjid Tanah every schoolday, initially on his
in his car.
When he became a class teacher in 1977, he let another teacher teach
mathematics in his class. He was disappointed when only 12 students got
Mathematics. He vowed that it won't happen again in 1978. He would be
the students Mathematics in 1978 in his own way.
Remember that my school was just a
kampung school with no tradition of excellence whatsoever. The school
elated even if only one student get 5As for "Penilaian Darjah 5".
So entering Standard 5 with Cikgu
Ahmad in charge was a total change for me. Cikgu Ahmad was such a
fellow that he threw out the class schedule. For his own class
he taught almost everything except for English. Only examination
taught i.e. Malay, English, Mathematics, Science and
said that he'll take care of Religious Studies, Music, Arts and the
rest in his
own way. Yeah.....changed to Mathematics.
We don't even have a recess
period. We just ate whatever we have in class and continued
mathematics exercise that he gave for us to do. Our class was the only
that runs separately from the rest of the school. Our headmaster was
our class never lined up after recess but Cikgu Ahmad insisted on
To ensure that all of us were good
in mathematics, everyday started with Cikgu Ahmad asking
questions to us, one by one. Those who answer later than 5 seconds gets
whack on the hand with his rotan. That was such a good motivator that I
memorised the multiplication tables within the first two weeks of
Within the first few months we became so good at answering questions
rotan were hardly used at all.
He also had regular examinations
for us, before "ujian formative" became the in-thing in schools. It
was before the age of photostat machines. Instead they have to prepare
questions on cyclostyle sheets and print them themselves manually using
cyclostyle machine. Therefore it was quite an effort for him to prepare
examinations every fortnight. I remember dreading those exams since the
questions were very tough. I remember him once telling off his
(Norhayati) for not doing well in one of those exams. Among the words
used was " bagai tikus mati di gudang beras", meaning that his
daughter didn't do well despite having questions for exercises
home. That really made me sit up and pay attention, since then
I knew that
he didn't play favourites in class, not even with his own daughter.
There was no such thing as school
holidays for us. He insisted on having classes during the holidays, for
This has never happened before then. Such sacrifices.....how could you
to such a person. I remember attending the classes in my daily clothes.
attendances was not so good though.
But what made him really stands
out was his motivational stories. Hardly a day goes by without one of
motivational stories. The one that I remember best was 'asalkan
diasah boleh menjadi tajam, apatah lagi otak manusia". That
philosophy, I think, behind all that exercises and examinations. Taking
the phrase at face value, I gained hope and started studying
"Penilaian Darjah 5". I also had help for my English by a Chinese
tuition teacher, the wife of Masjid Tanah medical assistant.
During the big exam, Cikgu
Ahmad insisted that we mark our answers in both question and
After the exam was over, everyone brought their question papers to
together we checked the answers. When he asked who got 5As, initially
Nurismah raised her hand. It was only sometime later that I raised my
It was a shock for both the class and myself. When the real results
came out, Nurismah,
Normala and myself got 5As. There were many 4As and 1Bs also. It was a
day for my school since it was the largest number of 5As and 4As:1Bs
my school. The Bs were mostly for English. For a kampung
school, even Bs
in English was considered as very good. It was an especially proud day
since 36 of us got As for Mathematics and 12 got Bs. No one in my class
Ds or Es for Mathematics.
Nurismah and Normala entered STF.
Myself and Nor Zailan Adenan entered SDAR. Pauziah Abu Bakar, Roslina
and another girl entered MRSM Seremban. Khadijah entered Sek. Sharifah
Not bad for a kampung school. All this was possible due to the
dedication of of
the teachers, especially Cikgu Ahmad Hj Ali. Thanks to KC, I finally
that he is also a SDARIAN.
And with that, in front of his
peers and former school mates, I would like to publicly thank Cikgu Ahmad Hj
Ali for his dedication and sacrifices. Many of his former pupils are
successful, partly due to his efforts.
through the crack in
the wall to
see the farmer and his wife open
this contain?" The
mouse wondered - he
was devastated to
was a mousetrap.
to the farmyard, the
is a mousetrap in
the house! There
is a mousetrap in
chicken clucked and
her head andsaid, "Mr.
can tell this
is a grave concern to you but
it is of no consequence to me. I
cannot be bothered by it."
to the pig and
told him, "There
is a mousetrap in
the house! There
is a mousetrap in
am so very sorry, Mr. Mouse, but
there is nothing I
can do about it but pray. Be
are in my prayers."
mouse turned to the cow and said, "There
is a mousetrap in
the house! There
is a mousetrap in
cow said, "Wow,
Mr. Mouse. I'm
sorry for you, but
it's no skin off my nose."
the mouse returned
to the house, head
down and dejected, to
the farmer's mousetrap-- alone.
very night a
sound was heard throughout
the house -- like
the sound o
f a mousetrap catching
farmer's wife rushed
to see what
was caught. In
did not see it
was a venomous snake whose
tail the trap had caught.
the farmer's wife. The
her to the hospital and
she returned home with
a fever. Everyone
treat a fever with
fresh chicken soup, so
the farmer took his hatchet to
the farmyard for the soup's main
his wife's sickness continued, so
friends and neighbors came
to sit with her around
the clock. To
feed them, the
farmer butchered the pig.
farmer's wife did
not get well; she
many people came for
her funeral, the
the cow slaughtered to
provide enough meat for
all of them.
mouse looked upon it all from
his crack in the wall with
the next time you
hear someone is
facing a problem and
think it doesn't concern
one of us is threatened, we
are all at risk.
are all involved in
this journey called
life. We must
keep an eye
one another and
make an extra effort to encourage
hormatnya saya ingin melaporkan TT Shah Alam telah berlangsung dengan
pada Jumaat 27 Apr. Antara topik goreng pisang panas, adalah IJOK by
and how elections, campaigning, zoning are done. Rugi tak datang. Kali
ramai kaki yang datang..18 kaki... hehehe. Mereka2 adalah:
Jamming Sdara telah menjadi acara tetap 2 minggu sekali pada hari
jam 9.30 malam. Semalam di hadiri oleh Sdara Dr Jamaludin Mat, Zulkifli
dan Mohd Shah Ibrahim. Wah boleh tahan sampai pukol 2 pagi. Next
session 11 Mei
2007. Sdara yang telah janji akan datang ialah Bakar Rahman, Dr Ruslan
Halim Hamid, Ismail Hasan, Hasnan.
Jamming ini direka khas untuk budak-budak sdar yang masih gian dengan
tetapi kalau ada yang gian nak melihat boleh datang. Tempat: Kem
Pusat Latihan Polis Tentera, Studio D'POTERA. Rancangan masa depan,
mengadakan TT & Jamming di Pulau Carry.
the third month, this gathering is gaining momentum which brings
of the most senior Sdaras. Just look at the following list of attendees
if we miss out some names). Rosman and Madolah please add in names if
out listing them here
2. Hj Madolah
3. Hj Anuar Yatim dan isteri
4. Suhaimi Ismail 86
5. Wan mohd Nizam 86
6. BadrulHisham 77
7. Azmi Tamil
8. Hj Mohd Rais - first batch
9. Hj Ahmad Hj Ali - first batch
10. Azhar Wahab
11. Saufee Othman
12. Suffian Yahya
13. Zulhairi Othman
14. Hj Yaaccob Shariff
15. Hisham Tambi
16 Mohd Amir
17. Hazudin Hashim
18. Noor Hazizi Ismail
19. Mohd Fauzi 86
20. "Nangis" - tuan punya restoren`
Hj Mohd Rais
gave us a good account of 1st batch life well supported by Hj Ahmad
special thank s to batch 86 who happen to be in Melaka for Golf to
for this special occasion.
After the session we all went to Kg Kelubi Jasin to attend the wedding
Halim Sood's son / daughter (?) - tok ingak doh sori lah heh hee......
Halim Sohod is
a third batch Sdara (Fiver
1963) 'beripau' pula dengan Abd Jalil bin Morah of the same batch.Classmatelah tu!.The third batch consisted
of 34 students, 11
of them came from Malacca as listed below:
Original Address (written in 1963)
1.Abdullah bin Nordin
Dahan, Kuala Sg Baru, Malacca
2.Abdul Halim bin Sohot
Baharu, Kemendor, P.O. Jasin, Malacca
3.Arbak bin Othman
¼ Mls., Sg Rambai, Malacca
4.Ajis bin Salimin
¼ Mls., Kg Kelubi, Jasin, Malacca
Ismail bin Adam
Berawas, Sg Rambai, Malacca
6.Jalil bin Morah
Kelubi, Jasin, Malacca
7.Judin bin Md Zain
30, Asahan, Malacca
8.Hussain bi8n Abdul Ghani
Serkam, 11 ½ Mls., P.O. Merlimau, Malacca
Ninggal bin Hashim
Mile, Kg Pulai, Merlimau, Malacca
Nordin bin Mohd Arif (Allahyarham)
SerkamBatu 11, Merlimau, Malacca
Nordin bin Hassan
Sebatu, 17 ¼ Mls., Sg Rambai, Malacca
It looks like Melaka is really historical in term of Sdara's first
presence. Credit definitely goes to Rosman for his untiring effort to
these people... We understand semalam dia pergi ke Batang Tiga to look
another first batch Sdara
20 people but came 17, alhamdulilLah. Starting initially with
4 of us, the
crowd gradually grew in numbers to 15 just before Maghrib. Mustafa
Hamid aka Lingam who wanted to have his dinner while waiting for the
commuter to Seremban bumped into the group. After the
the television finished and some of us starting to disperse, came Kamal
Golok & Shahabudin to add the tally to 17 people. And
we manage to make a collection for donation amounting to RM400 which
will be given to Sdara Shamsudin Mohd Nor & Nuur Qistina bt
Hafiz. Hopefully this will lessen the burden face by them. And we pray
to Allah swt may Allah alleviate their suffering and may our small
contribution be accepted as Amal Jariah, ameen.
Sle, Tok We & Yahya Pakih trip to Manila, 2 - 5 Feb 2007
Day01 - Part
St & Manila Baywalk, Manila
we have already made room reservations at the Palm Plaza Hotel
Adriatico St. Pedro Gil, Malate,
had to wait for a few minutes while they readied our
rooms when we checked into the hotel at around .
For this trip, we took 2 double rooms and 1 twin sharing room
for the 4 of us. I took
one of the double rooms and was pleasantly surprised by the
the room. The bed was actually two twin beds pushed together
it can actually fit 3 people nicely if you wanted. I also got
corner side room which meant that I had 2 different views for
windows. One opened to a street corner with a 24 hrs Korean
while the other faced a Japanese Teriyaki restaurant that
quite late every night. The only down side to the room is that
was no tea making facilities. We had to actually call down to
Housekeeping to get hot water whenever we wanted it.
was a bit travel weary after the long trip,
we decided to rest up a bit before going out to explore what
available around the hotel at .
We walked down the block and turned into Mabini St
and had our first introduction of the hectic pace of the area.
was packed with wall to wall money changers and small shops
selling daily items. At first glance, I would say it
being in a bigger version of Chow Kit that was full of
Filipino instead of Indonesian. There were also runner/touts
were approaching us to offer money exchange services and/or
companions for the night. They would call out the exchange
were offering to anyone who looked remotely non-local. I guess
the tourists were easy to spot since they would be the ones
looked frazzled at the amount of people on the street.
The touts came
up to us and asked us where we came from.
When we told them we were from Malaysia,
they told us that they
could show us a place where we could get better foreign
exchange rate than
what they were offering in the hotel. They were actually
pesos to 1 ringgit compared to the 13.50 offered elsewhere. My
trouble radar started to ping like crazy when I heard this too
good to be
true offer. Since I already had changed all my ringgit to
before coming to Manila,
I didn't needed to change any more cash. My traveling
companions however were looking to change their
cash to pesos and decided to do so at the place that this tout
taking us to. I didn't really want to since I thought that
something fishy about the whole deal but unfortunately I did
concerns to the rest of the group. I stayed outside the
place where the others went to change their money and tried to
the people who came up to me offering girls for the night.
the money, our group walked further down Mabini St.
There were quite a few shops there selling halal food items
and Muslim restaurants on this street. We thought of stopping
dinner but it was still too early for that. As we walked
further down the road, we stopped at an establishment selling
Philippine handicraft items called Tesoro's. Since I was
looking to buy
uniquely Philippine made items to bring back as gifts, I
window shop for what kind of prices that I should expect them
What I didn't realized was that Tesoro's catered more towards
high end clientele for these items which were truly authentic
exquisitely made. A piña (pineapple) fiber
embroidered hand fan cost
about 1700 pesos (RM 133) and a barong Tagalog made of the
would cost about 8000 pesos (RM 624). Given that I had quite a
number of people to buy for, these prices were well beyond my
range. It was really a shame since they really had very good
the shop that in hindsight I wished that I could have got for
It was when we
left Tesoro's that
the guys who changed their
money realized that they were shortchanged by quite a lot from
money changer. Since I was not in the money changer shop when
changed their cash, I didn't really know how they did it. From
I was able to gather, they were folding the cash when they
counting it and there might be some slight of hand involved in
the people who came to change their money there. The guys were
ushered out quickly out of the shop after they handed them the
were told not to count their cash in the open for fear of
someone snatching the money away. We actually walked back to
money changer place later that evening but we decided not to
confront the people there. The funny thing was there was a
nearby who recognized us from the visit earlier and kind of
when we told him what happened. It seemed that the con was a
well known and we just walked into it like lambs to a
St, I noticed that a lot of the
buildings here seemed to be at least 20 years old and could
use a fresh
coat of paint. Other than the construction site near our
there doesn't seem to be any new buildings in the area. A lot
looked fairly worn down and neglected. The other thing that I
the area was the lack of color in the building
façade compared to KL.
The old buildings seemed to favor more muted colors and I felt
it in part contributed to the run-down appearance that I saw.
Coming from a visually frenetic city like KL, Manila
seemed like the older dowdy sister who refused to wear makeup
for fear of not looking
her age. I was particularly surprised to see that even the
that I saw was less colorful than the ones that I had built an
based on what I had seen in films before. My travel guidebook
mention that Mabini St
was part of Manila's
red light district that was recently cleaned up but I would
have pegged it to be more vibrant
than the reality I saw.
the length of Mabini St,
we ended up at the Baywalk at ManilaBay. I
wanted to stay
there a while to watch the sunset at the bay in hopes of
getting a good photo op. Unfortunately for
of the day was overcast and grey which meant the sunset was
quite disappointing to watch. It was also strange that being
close to the sea, I didn't actually smell any sea water in the
It didn't feel like I was watching the sun go down at ManilaBay
at all since I couldn't smell the sea where I sat. A
aside, the Baywalk was full of locals doing their own thing
surprisingly very few tourist that I can see from where I was
could be that it was too early in the evening from the tourist
than us who had came here for a rest. There were also a few
statues in the area of famous Filipino historical figures.
Unfortunately the plaques that they placed beside them were
only in Tagalog so
I could not figure out their significance to Philippine's
was sorely tempted to ask some to help translate them for me
decided against looking more like a dumb tourist that I
It was a pity actually since I really wanted to know who these
statues were for.
for a bit at ManilaBay,
we decided to walk back to Mabini St
to look for a place for dinner. After retracing our steps for
earlier, we decided to have out dinner at a Muslim
restaurant called Fharniza Halal Fast-food Restaurant. While
mentioned fast-food, they don't actually serve any fast food
that we would expect. They actually served dishes we would
commonly find at your regular "nasi campur' place in KL. Our
consisted of a simple combination of fried fish, chicken
curry and white
rice. They didn't really had any vegetable dishes on the menu
the food did hit the spot since we were all hungry at that
was nothing to be excited about. It was quite bland relative
what we are used to here and the rice was slightly more
compared to the way we like it in Malaysia.
The big surprise for me
of the meal was that our bill for food and tea came up to only
pesos (RM 20) for the 4 of us. A similar meal in KL would
have cost us much more.
After the meal
and the slightly unsavory experience of being
conned, the group decided that we would turn in early for the
instead of the earlier plan of going out that night. I have to
that I was still smarting over my lost handphone at the time
looking forward to go out to forget about it even though I was
feeling every bit travel weary as the others were. While there
than a few places that I could have gone to for some nightlife
nearby the hotel, I wasn't confident that I would be OK going
alone that night given the stroke of bad luck I had today. The
thing I wanted to happen to me that night was getting into
that I could have easily avoided by not going out alone. After
a cold shower to clean off the traveling dust and hopefully
luck that followed me, I turned in early for the night with
that tomorrow would be a better day.
Kesempatan ini saya ingin mengucapkan berbanyak terima kasih kepada
untuk ucapan takziah dan doa yang diberikan di atas kehilangan Ibunda
tempohari. Alhamdulillah, beliau selamat dikebumikan jam 11 pagi, 16
Kehilangan beliau adalah satu kehilangan yang besar buat kami
tarikh pemergiannya adalah merupakan tarikh ulangtahun perkahwinan yang
bagi ibu dan ayah saya.
sedih menyelubungi kami sekeluarga. Saya mendapat berita pemergian
jam 11 malam, 15 April. Jam 12 malam, bertolak balik ke kampung dan
sampai jam 5 pagi, 16 April. Di pagi itu, pertama kali saya melihat
saya menangis dan kami berpelukan, ini merupakan pengalaman saya yang
saya kongsi bersama. Setabah mana pun kita, kehilangan insan yang
akan membuatkan kita menangis.
menghidapi penyakit Darah Tinggi, Kencing Manis, Parkinson stage 4 dan
pemergiannya, saya menziarahinya di hospital dan sempat mengucup
Semenjak Mac 2006, ibunda saya dimasukkan ke wad dan sejak itu beliau
masuk ke wad dan kebanyakan masa dihabiskan di hospital. Tahun ini,
2 hari sahaja dia berada di rumah dan seterusnya di wad akibat sesak
sepanjang tempoh itu beliau hanya menggunakan oksigen untuk bernafas.
saya ucapkan berbanyak terima kasih di atas doa SDARA sekalian.
Rasydan Alime AbdulRahman a.k.a shide
19th April 2007
Saya terima mesej daripada Domang
dan sangat2 terharu dengan
sahabat kita ni, ShamsudinMd
Nor kerana musibah yang
menimpa beliau suami isteri. Beliau mengidap kanser
prostate manakala isteri beliau mengidap
doakan kesejahteraan beliau sekeluarga.
terbaru dari Shamsudin:
"Sdr yg dkasihi, saya amat berbesar hati dn berterima
kasih atas sms dn doa sdr. Mudah2an kami cpt sembuh. My wife
anymore n is now under palliative care at home, needing
fulltime assistance. As
for me I am still working but currently undergoing
radiotheraphy on my
backbone. The cancer has spread to several parts of my spinal
cord n caused
some nerve pain. I am pursuing with hospital treatment as well as
SHAMSUDIN & family."
has voluntered to collect donation from Sdara. Followings are his bank
lagi kes barah menimpa Sdarina, kali ini anak Nazrol
Hafiz yang berumur 6 bulan. Beliau disahkan mengidap
barah hati yang "Very Rare" dan sedang mendapat rawatan di
SJMC, Subang Jaya.
keputusan penuh Golf tour Sdara 82-86 yang diadakan di Tiara
Golf and Country Club Melaka pada 29.04.07 bersempena reunion ke 20
dibahagikan kepada 2 kategori:
1) Batch 82-86 2)
Hazudin Bin Hashim a.k.a Baba (36 points) 2.
Fauzi Bin Ismail a.k.a Upai (35 points) 3.
Mohd Zamri Bin Saleh a.ka. Potet (35 points) 4.
Ahmad Kamal Zulkhairi a.k.a Balok (34 points) 5.
Mohd Asri Bin Yusof a.k.a Dondeng (32 pts) 6.
Hilmy Bin Sulaiman a.k.a Kiyai (27 pts) 7.
Ahmadiah Bin Rahmat a.k.a Kucing (27 pts) 8.
Wan Badroel Hisham a.k.a Badek (23 pts) 9.
Zulkefly Bin Jaafar a.k.a Plarke (20 pts) 10.Kamarudin
Azhar Bin Ujang a.k.a Kabu (20 pts) JEMPUTAN 1.
Faizal Bin Omar (Sdara 85) 2.
Azhar Bin Wahab (Sdara 82) 3.
Kamarulzaman (Sdara 76) 4.
Norehsan Bin Jamaan (Sdara 82) 5.
Aimi Aizal (Sdara 84) 6.
Wan Razi Bin W. Ibrahim (Sdara 85) 7.
Mohd Fadhil Bin Ahmad (Sdara 82) 8.
Ruslan Bin Rahman (Sdara 76) 9.
NorZahid Bin Zahudi (Penaja) 10.Ng
Tong Lai (Penaja) 11.Ahmad
Kashfi bin Ali (Sdara 82) 12.Nik
Mohd Yasin (Sdara 84) 13.Abu
Samah (Penaja) 14.Tn
Hj Sazali Bin Sam (Tim Pengarah Pelajaran Negeri Sembilan - Bekas Guru Sdar) Bagi
pihak penganjur nak ucapkan berbanyak terima kasih kepada semua yang
menjayakan dan mengambil bahagian dalam pertandingan ini. regards, -BABA- Sdara
Basketball Piala Perdana Menteri . . . the result is . . .
AlhamdulilLah, SDAR managed to get 3rd place.
1) SDAR Vs SMS Machang, WIN 70 - 34
2) SDAR Vs MCKK, Lost 79 - 91
3) SDAR Vs SMS Kuching, WIN 86 - 48
4) SDAR Vs RMC, WIN 63 - 41
30/5/2007 Semi Finals, SDAR vs SASER , Lost 57 - 65
30/5/2007 3rd & 4th Place, SDAR Vs SMS Dungun, WIN 71 - 40
Message from Ramly Khairudin aka Long John (the coach),
"Me & Zamri pasrah & took the setback as opportunity to relearn
& improve. A SDARIAN is always a Fighter. A Fighter never quit.
Quitters never WIN!
Thank for your support and interest in following the tournament.
Warmest regard from Ramly & Dr Zamri. "
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