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June 23, 2018

Children in Dala invited to visit community centre for physical development

Children playing with hula hoops as part of physical development activities in Dala Township’s IPRD community centre.  Photo: Naing Lin Kyaw (Dala)
Children playing with hula hoops as part of physical development activities in Dala Township’s IPRD community centre.  Photo: Naing Lin Kyaw (Dala)

Children and young adults living in Dala Township in South District, Yangon have been invited to visit the town’s community centre for physical and mental development.
The community centre of the township Information and Public Relations Department (IPRD) includes a playground with sports facilities, a gym and a library. The centre has been developed with the aim of creating a better recreation place for residents to improve their knowledge and participation in sports activities.
Daw Mary Soe, head of the township IPRD, said the community centre was a good place for residents to ensure their physical and mental development through various sports activities. Nowadays, a majority of young people is spending their time surfing the internet. They need to engage in some sports and fitness activities to maintain their health. The centre is expected to help people improve their health.
She noted that children could play cane ball, basketball and tennis within the compound of the centre during their leisure time, especially on weekends, summer holidays and every evening on weekdays. —Naing Lin Kyaw (Dala)

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