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AT TAYLOR'S: Reuben Cheong (ReubenDeShen.Cheong@taylors.edu.my)
PROJECT PARTNER: WACKY (wacky.tc@gmail.com)
Heart Rock Carnival 2013 was a charity fundraiser initiated by the members of Welfare and Charity Keen Youths’ Society (WACKY) Society all of whom attend Taylor’s College Subang Jaya campus. Themed ‘A Wicked Fairytale’, the Carnival was held on 20  September 2013 and was scheduled to last from 5 pm until 9.30pm. However, an appreciative crowd was unwilling to leave the fun, music and festivities and many stayed until almost midnight enjoying a rare break from studies and a chance to relax in the company of friends. The event drew more than 700 students to the main carpark of TCSJ, where the students enjoyed great food, music, and company, while raising money for a good cause.

More than twenty different stalls were set up by the various clubs and societies from TCSJ, which sold a variety of food, drinks, and handicrafts. The event also sported several interesting booths such as a handmade bamboo catapult and a haunted maze. Performances by students of TCSJ, as well as guest artists invited for the occasion were held throughout the night. A local celebrity band, with the appropriately quirky name "Once Upon A Time, There Was A Sausage Named Bob," also made a special appearance.
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Organizers extend their appreciation for the support and assistance from individuals and and members from various clubs and societies of TCSJ, who made this event a success. These included the LEO Club, Music Club, Toastmasters Club, Taylor's Model United Nations (TAYMUN), Business Club, Christian Fellowship, Yoga Club, Modelling Arts Club, Readers Club, Sky Adventure Club as well as other individuals who also contributed to the event. Thanks also go to the sponsors for the event: Firefly, iHeal, Italiannies, McDonald's, Bella Vista, Worthy Books, Metrojaya, One Stop Shoppe, Bird Paradise Wildlife Park, and Guitar Collection.

The event raised RM 16,000 which was donated to SEMOA, who provide housing and education for the Orang Asli community in Raub, Pahang.

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