FRAG Ireland’s Fall Activity

I received an email from FRAG Dublin’s “Wanderer757” regarding their activity last month at Dublin, Ireland. More power to FRAG Ireland!

Here I am again sending a report of the group’s activity here with in Dublin, Ireland.

Last Sunday the 28th of October 2009 the group conducted a Charity Event for the benefit of our “kababayan” affected by the recent 5 consecutive typhoons which affected a number of people and entire communities in the main land of Luzon.

The event were participated by Officer’s and members of the group donating cash and clothing for mentioned recipients back home. Same is still ongoing till the 30th of November where 2-3  “Balikbayan” boxes will be sent to the Philippines courtesy of a local handling cargo manned by fellow members . Cash donations will be turned-over to representatives of ABS-CBN here in Dublin in the days to come.

This event is only one of the charity events organized by the group. Charity or helping others is part of the core values of the group’s by-laws accompanied with fun and enjoying the game of airsoft.

In the days to come future activities are still in the pipe line. As winter is fast approaching our outdoor activities will be limited a sort of hibernation as cold is in the air.

Many thanks for your good self’s time.

Respectfully,

wanderer757

Elements of Frag_dublin in another Group Pics

FRAG Dublin, Ireland

A Participant doing a Flanking Support (2)

FRAG Ireland In Action

FRAG Ireland Plays For Charity

Force Recon Airsoft Group – Ireland, organized an airsoft event for the benefit of those who were affected by super typhoon “Ondoy” which brought a month’s worth of rainfall to Metro Manila and nearby areas in just a few hours, causing severe flooding which resulted in the loss of many lives and the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people. Eight days later, Typhoon “Pepeng” struck the northern regions causing more damage. Kudos to FRAG Ireland for this generous activity. Check their video below: ( video transcripts are written in Tagalog)

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