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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Sharing Rice

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Valentine’s Day or Valentine’s Day is used as momentum for dozens of bicycle activists who are members of Ride For JRX to distribute hundreds of packaged rice and free food to the public. This event was held with the band Arjuna Nakal at Warung Fam-Fam Mengwitani, Sunday (14/2/2021).

Wayan Sudi, the event coordinator, said that the momentum of compassion is used to continue doing good things. “Interpreting Valentine’s Day is not only for a partner or loved one, but can also be done in the form of helping people in distress amid a pandemic. “At least we can give a packet of rice for him to survive in this difficult time,” he said.

Furthermore, Wegie Tanaya, who is the vocalist of the band Arjuna Nakal, explained that this event was a collaborative event between the bands’ Arjuna Nakal and Ride For JRX. To coincide with this loving day, apart from distributing hundreds of packaged rice to the needy, Arjuna Nakal also launched a video clip and a second single entitled ‘Para Fighters’. Wegie said that this single is dedicated to every person who always dares to spend his time, even spends his time with family and personal matters to choose to do humanitarian activities. “For example, distributing free rice, sharing vegetables and cleaning the beach and all other efforts to save nature,” he explained.

In this event, Krisna Bokis Dinata was also seen. The PR of Our Alliance with JRX explained that social and humanitarian events were carried out based on the inspiration of the figure of I Gede Aryastina alias Jerinx.

SourceNusa Bali

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