MURI Acknowledges Coloring Competition of State Coat of Arms With 22,205 Participants in the Loving Month of Kodam XVII / Cenderawasih Can Be Recorded as New Record

JAYAPURA - Welcoming the month of love, December 1, 2017 yesterday, Kodam XVII / Cenderawasih held a colossal event by scoring a new superlative achievement that will be recorded in the Indonesian Record Museum (MURI) by holding a Coloring Competition Picture of the Garuda Pancasila Country Symbol involving 22,205 schoolchildren across the territory of the District Military Command (Kodim) in Papua Province simultaneously.

"Yes, yesterday's achievement will be recorded in MURI Record, the plan will be submitted on August 8, we are just waiting for administration process and its Minutes from the Committee and also the legality and validity of related institutions, including the approval from Notary", said Ngadri , Director of Indonesian Record Museum (MURI) when contacted by Lingkar Papua on Monday (04/12/2017) via telephone line, although during the event there was no MURI representative present and witnessed directly.

Some of the Kodim involved in the events recorded as MURI Records are Kodim 1701 / Jayapura which held activities in two different places, namely Mandala Jayapura Field and Swakarsa Field of Keerom Regency involving 3,890 students from schools in Jayapura and Keerom.

Not to be outdone, Kodim 1702 / JWY Kabupaten Jayawijaya also presented 5,000 participants at Wamena Education Stadium, Kodim 1705 / Paniai followed by 2,740 participants in Makodim Square 1705 / Paniai, Kodim 1707 / Merauke with 2,300 participants taking place at GOR Hiad Said and Madrasah Ibtidaiyah (MI) Al-Ma'Arif Merauke.

Kodim 1708 / BN Biak Numfor District also held with the number of participants 1,700 people in Hanggar Manuhua Biak, Kodim 1709 / Yawa Yapen District and Waropen with the number of participants 1,550 people took place in each school. Kodim 1710 / Mimika with 1,750 Kodim participants at Eme Neme Yauware building, Kodim 1711 / BD Kabupaten Boven Digoel with 725 participants held in four places at SMP Waropko, SMP Mindiptana, SD N 2 Tanah Merah and Junior High School N Asiki.

Kodim 1712 / Sarmi with the number of participants 1,600 people carried out in the area of ​​the Koramil, and Kodim 1714 / PJ Puncak Jaya District with the number of participants 950 people held in the Hall of SMP N 1 Mulia.

In the release received by Lingkar Papua from the Information of Kodam XVII / Cenderawasih, on Saturday (2/12/2017), it was announced that the Record of Coloring Competition Contest of the State Coat of Arms simultaneously in Papua Province with the number of participants reaching 22,205 participants deliberately in the title to welcome the December for most Papuans is a loving month, as it is ahead of Christmas and New Year 2018.

"Garuda bird coloring contest became a record breaker this year, because it involves 22,205 students scattered throughout the district / city by promoted by Kodim-Kodim se Papua, and held simultaneously on Friday, (1/12/2017) yesterday", said Lieutenant Colonel ) M. Aidi, Kapendam XVII / Cenderawasih in releasenya.

According to the activities initiated by Commander XVII / Cenderawasih, Major General (TNI) George Elnadus Supit aims to instill the love of the country to younger generations early, ranging from kindergarten, elementary school and students, so that children can understand and understand the country and ideology lambing state, Pancasila, where the five drawings are clearly illustrated in the state symbol of Pancasila Garuda.

For the Jayapura area, the competition is centered in Mandala Field, opened by Jayapura Mayor Benhur Tommy Mano.

To the hundreds of thousands of participants, the Mayor appreciated the local Kodim, which has spearheaded the coloring competition for Kindergarten, Elementary and Junior High School students in Jayapura City.

"The implementation of this contest, presumably can provide added value for children to further improve their learning motivation because they need to be given interesting and fun activities but educational nuances that lead to skills improvement, so they need to be given the maximum opportunity to train themselves in developing personality and responsibility as a student, "said Jayapura Mayor Benhur Tomi Mano.

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