SSEHV Classes at Montfort Enters Its Fourth Year
A new batch of students have entered Montfort Boys Town last week, marking the start of the fourth year that youths from KL/Selangor have been conducting SSEHV classes there.
Montfort Boys Town was established fifty one years ago at an abandoned rubber estate located at Batu Tiga, Selangor, Malaysia. Four pioneering Brothers arrived with the first group of boys on 1st Octobor 1959. The four Brothers had a special dream; a dream that there must be a home for underprivileged boys. In the eyes of many, these boys are worthless and good for nothing. But for these pioneering brothers, they are very special.
Today, Montfort Boys Town is managed by the Brothers of Saint Gabriel with the help of the members of the Board of Governors with Tan Sri Datuk Clifford Herbert as the Chairman. There are around sixty full time staff, working for the welfare and education of the boys in the residential care, industrial skills training, and the general administration.
The youths of Sathya Sai Baba Central Council of Malaysia were invited four years ago to conduct SSEHV classes at the school and this educational classes have been going on since. It is conducted every Thursday from 8.00 – 9.00pm. If you are interested to be a volunteer, kindly contact Suhunaraj at 012-231 5550.