Liputan4.com, Palas, South Lampung – Despite the scorching heat, the kite competition organized by Karang Taruna Hamlet in Karang Sari Village, Gedung Village, Palas District, South Lampung Regency, on Sunday (08/10/2023), was still filled with enthusiastic participants. This was the first time the kite competition was held, and it managed to attract the attention of numerous kite enthusiasts, ranging from children to adults. Surprisingly, the competition saw the participation of 100 people.
According to the committee chairman, Restu, the kite competition was organized solely for the purpose of entertaining the public. Given the current weather conditions, Restu, along with the Ringin Sari Youth Organization and the Pasar Bangun block, aimed to provide entertainment through this kite competition. “This kite competition is a positive activity to entertain people amidst the El Nino climate. The public needs entertainment,” Restu stated.
The committee was astonished to see the overwhelming response from the participants, including those from outside the Palas subdistrict. Many individuals expressed their desire for the kite competition to become an annual event. As for the prizes, trophies and Rp. 1 million were provided for the first-place winner.
One of the participants, Suryo Hadi, shared his experience and mentioned that the competition was indeed entertaining for him and the other contestants. Despite not winning, he expressed contentment and stated, “I’m happy because participating in the competition helped me alleviate fatigue and had a positive impact on street traders.”
In conclusion, the kite competition held in Palas District received an overwhelming response from kite enthusiasts of all ages. It provided a much-needed source of entertainment for the community during the hot weather. The committee plans to consider making this competition an annual event to continue bringing joy and excitement to the residents.
Q: How many participants were there in the kite competition?
A: The kite competition saw the participation of 100 people.
Q: What were the prizes for the winners?
A: The first-place winner received trophies and Rp. 1 million.
Q: Will the kite competition be organized again in the future?
A: The committee is considering making this competition an annual event based on the positive response and interest from the participants.
Q: How did the participants feel about the kite competition?
A: Despite not winning, the participants expressed contentment and mentioned that the competition provided entertainment and relief from fatigue. Some participants also highlighted the positive impact on street traders.
Q: Who organized the kite competition?
A: The kite competition was organized by Karang Taruna Hamlet, in collaboration with the Ringin Sari Youth Organization and the Pasar Bangun block.