VOLUNTEER Tuition for the Underprivileged

URGENT! emoticon

Hi all retirees /unemployed  housewifes and husbands /others ,

i)  An APPEAL to volunteer to give TUITION  to a Muslim boy, Qadir anyday but make prior arrangement 1st.

 He is smart, hardworking, well disciplined and listens attentively.

For more details, pls refer to Ronald Wie/ Joyce Tan. Thanks. 

ii) If you have any OLD still usable items like TV,vacuum cleaner,fan, auto kettle, electric cooker ,kitchen utensils,clothings, non-expiry food etc… that you want to dispose, pls kindly donate to this needy family.

They are more than grateful  for your recycled items.


Monthly Cycling on Sat, 21 Jun 08

Sat, 21 Jun 08 – 2 sessions

Session 1 @ 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Eastern Coastal Park Connector (36 – 45 km route) &

Meet at rear of McDonald Restaurant Marine Cove (former East Coast Recreation Park) at 9.45 a.m. The Route : Cycle from ECP to Changi Village follows by rest. Cycle to Pasir Ris Downtown follows by lunch. Cycle to Pasir Ris Park n explore the place. Cycle to Tampines and Bedok. Cycle back to McDonald, ECP. Estimated Time : 5 to 6 hrs with lots of rest.   

Session 2 @ 4 p.m. at East Coast Park.

Meet at rear of McDonald Restaurant Marine Cove (former East Coast Recreation Park). Rented bicycles are abundantly available at reasonable rates.

Activity will not be cancelled even if it rains but will be brought indoor 2 turn into chitchat session.

We will go for dinner together after the session at the nearby hawker centre. Pls come n join us.

Rain or shine, we will definitely be there 4 U. Look forward 2 seeing u guys.

TQ, cycling gp (Ah Nee, Douglas, Jade, Lily n Yew Kwong)

Douglas Chan has joined the cycling gp as one of its leaders.

Who are coming –

  1. Stephanie Lim (S2)
  2. Helen Kuek (S2)
  3. Douglas Chan (S1-own bike)
  4. Steven Chan (S1)
  5. Yew Kwong (S1 & 2)
  6. Veronique Lee (S2)
  7. Dolly Lim (S2)
  8. Ah Nee (S2)
  9. Lina Ng (S2-own bike)
  10. Susan Chang (S2)
  11. Norlinda (S2-own bike)
  12. Lily Ho (S2)
  13. Jade Phua (S2)
  14. Rene Leong (S1-own bike)
  15. Joyce Tan (S1-own bike)
  16. Dennis (S1 & 2-own bike)
  17. Boon Liang (S1-own bike)
  18. Ronald Lee (S2)
  19. Aaron How (S2)
  20. Juliet Ong (S2)
  21. Marg Tian (S2)
  22. Kathryn Lee (S2)
  23. Kristen Leong
  24. John Howe

contact in hk needed for someone going to work there soon


I’m a member here.  My main activity so far is rollerblading; have given some basic lessons to a few ladies from here. 

Recently, I have a friend who is soon leaving Bangkok to work in HK.  He needs a local or even someone familiar with the work environment to meet with when he arrives there.  He’s working for an Indian MNC, with offices in Sg , HK, China. 

Would appreciate anyone who would like to provide this assistance,



Monthly Walk-Bedok Reservoir- 14 June

Date: 14 June 2008 (Saturday)
Time: 4.30pm
Meeting Venue: Kembangan MRT Station
(Exit B, wait at bicycle kiosk infront of  Astoria Condominium.
Buses to Sims Ave East (Kembangan MRT Stn)  67,854 (SMRT) (SBS)
By Car: Park at Bedok MRT Station – take train to Kembangan Station.

Return: Buses along Bedok Reservoir Rd,: 21,22,65,66,228,59,5.
Those driving take 228 to Bedok Interchange to pick up car.

Buses along Bedok N Rd:  23,8,15 58, 518

Attending: CaroineGee, MaryChan,Veronique,Gingko,MeiFoo,Bernie,Lindaliau,PaulineAu,EstherLeong,
SallyKeng,KarenThio,DaisyPhua,KingSeng,LesleyHo,ShirleyYeo, JaneTong,CatherineChong, Evelyn,
Total including EO++ ;  (22 + pleasant surprised part.)

Park connector Kembangan to Bedok Reservoir Walk

We start at 4.30pm sharp. Late comers just walk along the park connector to catch up with us.
Most parts of the park connector is shady & safe except  for the short distance along  Bedok north Rd.

We will reach a higher ground of the Bedok Reservoir where you can have a paranomic view of the reservoir.

Whole walking trail takes about 2hrs.  At the end of the walk, we can have fellowship with dinner in one of the many eateries along Beok Reservoir Rd.

All are welcome (newbies & oldies).  Rain or shine – we be there 4 u

by VeronWong, MaryTan, ChristinaChan, CharlesWee & Jeffrey


Sorry the 1st one, error in e-mail address.

Hi! All SHCians!

Calling all former CHIJ- Our Lady of Good Counsel ex- students/ teachers etc to attention.

Would like to contact you guys for our school alluminae asap.  Was wondering how many of us are from there. We could come with some activities in future.

Please e-mail to hosiewcheng@gmail.com    if you find reply to SHC website inconvenient.

Thank you,


Catherine Ho

Cycling cum ( Ad Hoc ) Free Hydro Sapiens Spectacular Water Performance

Killing 2 Birds with 1 Stone Activities (Ad Hoc)

Date: 21 June 08 ( Sat )

Time : 4 – 6 pm ( Cycling )

Venue: ECP , meet at Mc. Donalds.

Time: 7.30 PM to meet at Bedok Reservoir ( 8 PM show starts)

Duration of show : 8.00 -8.45 PM ( 45 mins )  

Venue: Bedok Reservoir( Fronting Blk 743,Bedok Reservoir Road ) 

For a short slide show preview of the Water  Fools, click at this hyperlink http://s305.photobucket.com/albums/nn202/sfc0007/WAter%20Fools%20Water%20Performance/?albumview=slideshow

or http://www.singaporeartsfest.com/fest_spec.asp 

All the people, cradle , motorcars, giant bed, bicyclists, gigantic water wheel and boats are MOVING on the water surface.

For those who had MISSED it, there is another NEW one called HYDRO SAPIENS ,The Lunatics from (The Netherlands) for the ARTS CLOSING Festival . FYI, pls refer to top for details. 

No of pax: UNLIMITED. Pls. bring along your family  for this  unusual wonderful evening outing , NOT cycling still exclusive to SHC members. It would be WONDERFUL if 100 SHCians can turn up at Bedok Reservoir.


Looking for SHCians who love singing Hokkien songs only

No promises yet, but I am looking for guys and gals who loves to sing Hokkien songs.  Am thinking of one evening, gather around, just to singalong Hokkien songs.  If you have the K’OK discs or music VCDs, so much the better.

So, for a start, if you can be available on a weekday, no day decided yet, after work, and loves to sing Hokkien songs, and enjoy the company of others listening to you, raise your hands.  Maybe I will cook up something next month.

Terence Seah


Hi Cycling Kakis

May 25 was the annual National Runway Cycling and Skating 2008, held at Paya Lebar Air Base.

7 die hard participants from SHC signed up and completed the 15km leisure ride at the air base. The magnificent 7 started the day at 6am, was at the airbase gate for security clearance by 7am and the event proper kicks off around 8.15am.

The runway cycling was crowded, the weather was fine and hot. After completing the ride around the airbase, we joined in the carnival, make some purchases and left the airbase around 11am.

Boon Liang, could you send some fotos for us to download so that members could view the events held at the airbase 

For next year, we would like to see more participants from SHC

Until than, Cheers

5D EZ GRP Tour HCMC, Chu Chi, Vung Tau and My Tho.

Tentative Date : 13th June (Fri ) to 17th/19th June.

Vietnam Airlines Confirmed Flight Info:

SIN – SGN  14.30 – 15.30

SGN – SIN  10.35 – 13.25

After spending 2 days meeting personally with travel agents from 5 reputable travel agencies  for the best bargain and itinerary, I had finally settled for one. 4D not worth it at based on twin sharing abt $708**with 2 Free days so actual visiting time is 2 days and too rush, while the 5D has 3.5 actual days visiting time. 

Although EZ tour , but still comes COMPLETE with a Vietnamese Tourist ENGLISH SPEAKING Guide for 5D with meals as per itinerary ,accomodation and hotel transfers. we will have a private van all to ourselves. 

For those who looking  for Adventurous , F n E or Budget Travel, this post is NOT meant for you. 

For those who are interested,pls. write to me ASAP,my email add is sfc0007@yahoo.com.sg so that I can sent an attachment of the itinerary with colour photos of the intended places of visit together with FULL details of the tour to you and pls. REGISTER at the comment and NOT thru my email address.

Minimun 2 to Go. (Airport tax: $139 )

1 pax –> $948 +$139 = $1 087 per pax 

2 pax–> $828 + $139 = $967 per pax

3 – 4 pax –> $758 + 139 = $897 per pax

5 or more –> $658 + 139 = $797per pax

Hotel :Saigon(HCMC)-Sol Chancery (Std.room) 3*,

          Vung Tau – Sammy / Cap Saint Jacques.

OPTIONAL EXTENDED STAY at HCMC :- For those who wish to explore more of HCMC.

Extension per night:-

Sol Chancery  (3*)———> Single Rm @ $134 per pax (3*)

                                          Twin Rm    @ $90 per pax (3*)

AMARA Hotel  (4*)———>Twin Rm    @ $198 per pax (4*)                                              

Please ensure your leave is approved first before joining this tour. No Visa is required for Sporean/Msian.

(i) Pls. reply by ASAP or by this Sunday 1st.June 08. i need time to process ie book air ticket and collecting payment. If too close to actual flight date, there may be NO more tickets left. 

(ii) Pls.note that your name may be registered in this post does NOT mean you are confirmed going until interested member has paid up the booking fee of $500 to $600 per pax . I am still working out the details on how payment should be made by tomorrow Tuesday,27/05/08. 

Pls. be informed that once deposit for booking air tours has been paid up , there will be NO* refund if member happens to back out specified under the air travel agency rules and regulations.   

Max: 6 pax  ( Singles / twin sharing / triplet sharing )

Registered  and CONFIRMED :-

1. Steven Chan       ( M )      ( Twin Sharing  )     (5D ,  2 Nights Extn )

2. Pun Chiang         ( M )      ( Twin Sharing )      ( 5D,  2 Nights Extn )

3. Tian Soo             ( M )       ( Single )                 (5D,   1 Night Extn )

Jassmine Teo     ( F )        ( Twin Sharing )      (5D,   0   Night Extn )

5. Kristin Leong      ( F)         ( Twin Sharing )      (5D ,  0 Night Extn )

E.O. Steven Chan










June Monthly gathering – Wed, 4 Jun 2008

Hi all SHCians attending the monthly gathering,

Most of us are new to one another.  Dont be shy.  Introduce yourself to one another.  Make sure your name tag is clearly visible to your friends around.  Don’t sit down throughout the whole evening.  If you really do not know where to start, ask the registration desk, or Mary Chan.  For the seasoned members, you know what to do.

Last two days, I was reminded that there was no May monthly gathering.  Excuse was, May was very crowded, so the monthly gathering was not called.  We must try not to skip the monthly gatherings.

Well, let’s have another one.  Details as follows:

  • Venue:  To be announced soon.  Confirmed at Hans Cafe, Great Eastern Bldg, China Square, Pickering Street.
  • Date:  Wed 4 June 2008
  • Time:  1500 – 1800 hrs (retired SHCians); 1800 – 2100 hrs (still working SHCians).
  • F&B:  One complementary drink, for the 1st 50 registered participants.  Food, please purchase at counter.
  • Topic:  Getting to meet new friends.  Bring your name tag.
  • Event Organiser:  Terence Seah
  • Registration:  When you arrive, please ask for Grace Wong and Janet Heng, and tick your name against the name list.  If you had asked for a name tag, please check with Grace.  If no name tag, please write your name, as big as possible, on a sticky label, and put it on  your dress/shirt.  Have fun.
  • As this is a SHC monthly event, no direct selling of goods and services here please.  No discussions on politics, sex, race, or religion.

Terence Seah

Registration List (Strictly for SilverHairsClub members):

  1. Steven Chan – coming 3 –  5pm.  Giraffe in the family.
  2. Terence Seah – coming 4pm.
  3. Susan Chan – coming 7pm.  Saw her at the last D&D.
  4. Grace Wong – offers to make name tags.  Plse write to Grace here.  Registration desk.
  5. Dan Huang – loves badminton and dancing. Very active.
  6. Ron Lai – Tall, dark and handsome.  Loves dancing.
  7. Alice Lai – husband above.  always smiles.
  8. Janet Heng – coming 3pm.  Assisting in the registration.  Very helpful.
  9. Jonathan Ong – coming evening to meet old SHC friends.  Works at Shenton way.
  10. Karen Thio
  11. Charles Chua – coming 3pm.  Likes travelling in Malaysia and Thailand.
  12. Lim Tian Soo – runs an organic farm
  13. King Seng – coming 6pm.
  14. Ron Koh – Interested origami students, please join RonK.  Remember our kelong organiser.
  15. Dolly Lim – coming 6pm.  No introduction needed.  Writes hokkien English.
  16. Jeffrey Lim – coming evening.  Likes diving.
  17. Caroline Gee – coming evening.  Our last D&D Event organiser.
  18. Mary Chan – coming 3pm.  You see her everywhere, even in the newspapers.  New members, please look for Mary Chan, as she is one of our match-makers.
  19. Lily Ho – coming evening session.  Likes dancing too.
  20. Dennis Wee – coming, not sure which session.  A quiet fruit tarts baker.
  21. Annie Loh – coming 3pm.  Loves singing.  Likes crystals too.
  22. Veronique Lee – coming evening session
  23. L H Jie – coming 3pm.  You may remember her if you were a new member last year.
  24. Clara Chay – coming. Loves Singing too.
  25. Paul Leong – coming afternoon to evening
  26. Jenny Leong – coming afternoon to evening.
  27. Mary Tan – coming after 6.45pm. 
  28. Boon Liang – rush in after 7pm.  The guy at the top of this website.
  29. Nurhayati – coming 6.30 pm.  Sembawang morning walk.
  30. Betty Ho – coming 6.30pm
  31. Kenneth Tan – must use diary to remember; but coming.  An expert in Chiangmai.
  32. Bira Lupolo – definitely after work. 
  33. Karen Thio – coming evening session.  Loves crafts.
  34. Eileen Lee – also evening session
  35. AnnTo – coming after work.  Not quiet.
  36. Gingko Tay – evening session.  Crazy, like there is no tomorrow.
  37. Grace Kok – equally crazy.
  38. Janet Chan
  39. Peng Peng
  40. Ann Lim – remember her at the Flea mart.
  41. Anna Seet – also another flea mart lover.
  42. ChristinaCL Chan – coming after work.  Can walk from Singapore to the moon.
  43. Norlinda – coming after work.  Watch out if she is around, an unbelievable character.
  44. Susan Chang – also after work.
  45. Lina Ng – coming early. 
  46. Ah Nee – name almost forgotten.  Coming after work.  everything from cycling to eating.
  47. Thomas Goh – coming evening.  Coming 1st shift.
  48. Lesley Lee – after work.
  49. Lawrence Khan – coming after 6pm
  50. Thomas Goh – Also after work. Duplicate name.
  51. Thomas Kuan – our icon.
  52. Jenny Ho – after 7pm
  53. Kenneth Tan BH – after 7pm
  54. Bernard Lau – will join the evening session, after work.
  55. Edwin Ong – professional.  watch out if he comes in shorts and sneakers.
  56. Angela Ow
  57. Patricia Kwan
  58. Andrew Kuan – not sure, maybe 7pm.  Everybody knows him.
  59. Susan Goh – coming 3pm
  60. Thomas Loh – 7pm, quiet and smiling guy.
  61. Laura Wee – looking for tip on retiring well.
  62. Jeremy Tan – star model on the first SHC website banner
  63. Chong Siew Hoon
  64. Angela Straaten
  65. Hamidah Ishak
  66. Joanne Ang
  67. Judy Lim – finally, can make it to evening session.  A hokkien English teacher.
  68. Chew Wai Jin
  69. David Chan
  70. Patrick Khoo – coming between 4 and 5pm.
  71. Esther Leong
  72. Charles Wee – our walking leader.
  73. George Lee – coming after 6pm
  74. Dolly Peh – a new Dolly to SHC.
  75. Patricia Lim – in after 7pm
  76. Lee Seok Cheng – coming after 7pm
  77. Alfred Ang
  78. Aaron How
  79. Fatimah binte Mohamed – New member
  80. Linda Lim – New member
  81. Charlie Chew – coming after 6pm
  82. Bernie Chung – coming in at 7pm
  83. Jessie Lee – coming between 3 and 6pm
  84. Bobby Yee – coming after 6pm
  85. Christina Ng – New member and coming after 6pm
  86. Doris Choy  – New too, after 6pm
  87. Doreen Choi – new.
  88. Jeffery Ng – coming 3pm
  89. Sophia Lim – first session
  90. Dennis Har
  91. Margaret Lim
  92. Nancy Lim
  93. Peggy Ong – Coming after 6.45 pm
  94. Maria Tan – Welcome back after the holidays
  95. Josephine Yap – coming evening session
  96. Joyce Gan – evening sessioin
  97. Richard Kee – 3pm session
  98. Jane Kee –  3pm session
  99. Maha Letchumi
  100. Mahaeswari
  101. Helen Tan – Coming after 6pm
  102. James Chan – coming after 6pm
  103. Helen Wong
  104. Gwyneth Lee
  105. Rene Leong -will definitely come, after work.
  106. SB Khoo
  107. Tim Liu – too shy to put his name down.
  108. Amy Ko
  109. John Howe – coming late afternoon
  110. Silas Yeo
  111. Lydia Chin – still coming, between 3 and 5.30pm.
  112. Ronald Lee – almost closing, after 9pm.
  113. Teresa Hwang – coming, coming.
  114. Edward Boey – coming 5pm. Old member.
  115. Ronald Wie – exciting late bird, coming 7pm

Chicken Bryani The Easy Way

I was reading one of Steven Chan Posting on "The Joy of Eating & Cooking" and wanted to share this Simple & Easy way of cooking Nasi Bryani/Chicken Bryani .

I am a very lousy cook by nature and do not enjoy cooking at all but this "dish" is very easy to cook and is very "Yummy"

Pauline Khoo & Sally Kang had been my guests for this dish and enjoyed it very much. I used to cook for my church gathering as well.

I will type the receipt in the comments column.


Craft Classes

Update 1:

Date : June 27 2008
Time : 7pm – 8pm
Venue: Han’s Cafe at Upper Pickering Street
Material Cost: $10/pax for Crystal Angel

I am with SHC for a few month and had joined them in the cycling and walk events .

SHC members have been posting alot of interesting events like Travelling, Durian Fest , Dancing and even Soccer.   I would like to take this opportunity to introduce "Craft Classes" into the SHC event.

I make crystal accessories , bags from old pairs of Jeans , brighten up my white shoes with fabric paint….  I met some members at the Bukit Batok walk who find my craft very interesting. 

These are some of the craft we can start with:

  1. Swarovski Crystal Angel ( very ideal gift for Christmas)
  2. Swarovski Crystal Butterfly
  3. Fabric painting on white shoe
  4. Mini bag from old pair of Jeans

My creations can be viewed here –


Hope members can give me support , comments and any suggestion.

Karen Thio

Saturday Nite Fever!! – 30 Aug 2008

Hi, anyone watched last nite’s American Idol? It was so interesting 🙂 And whn Donna Sommer came on to sing Let’s Dance..

I kept thinking one D&D per year is just no enough!!!…So let’s do a survey..(l copy cat the Malacca drivein:-)). How abt another D&D nite? Let’s say end Sep (6 mths away frm the Mar 08 D&D). This one to be casual. Everyone in jeans (pants, bermudas, shorts, skirts) anything JEANnie….with lots of silver accessories :-)))

A funky nite for the young at heart. Ribs, chicken and salad for food, to down with lots of beer and ice lemon tea!!!. On a Saturday nite pls. Tentative prog…Getting to know fellow members better and makan – 1 hr. Have some games, haha time – 1 hr. Dance Dance Dance – 3 hrs!!!!

Then fare thee well. If yes, where do we hold this Saturday nite FEVER?? think this is the main problem…getting a place!!! Oh btw, if this goes through, I will not b the EO :-))) but no problem to help/assist/support lah. EOs do the "dirty" work and do not enjoy that much, they worry more:-)).

Here again, I salute all EOs, the past ones, the present ones and the future ones!!! So folks..don’t be shy, speak your mind (I copy cat Terence :-))…Doable? Boleh jadi? Ker ee mah? Aa sai boh?

Joyce Lee – Profile

I am Joyce Lee (48 year) old married and working lady. I join the club is to make more new friends. I am interested in outdoor activities – brisk walking, cycling, bowling and etc. I also enjoy nature by sea, beach.  Looking forward to join you.

Joyce Lee 

Survey on volunteer drivers for Malacca trip

Mr. Ronald Wie with myself as co-chair would like to make this survey on the principle that 3pax in the car will pay for all expenses related to toll,fuel and parking charges for the driver who will get a free ride in lieu of free loan of his car for the trip.His fuel tank will  be topped up in full before the return to Singapore.In addition touch wood …should an accident or any damage to car is incurred that is not covered by insurance will be borne by all occupants of the car including the driver.

Lady drivers are welcome especially by useless me(as I don’t drive) but I figure that I make a good navigator especially on bumpy roads.Ha Ha Ha!What do the drivers and pax  themselves think of 4 pax and 1 driver in the bigger cars…is it too uncomfortable?.Drivers have final say on who they want in their respective cars with a proviso that there must be a  healthy mix of both sexes unless there is an imbalance in numbers.

On this trip (date and itinerary to be decided later ) by the 2 BA-BA black sheep with MKZ(Malacca) origins or ancestry will ensure visits to the best in hawker fare for specialities like oyster omelette and the best gula melaka and belachan shop.,the best chendol stall(provided clean and not at roadside),where to find good MKZ coffee.hawker fare at Jonkers street.Good Pernakan restuarants with standards like Oleh Sayang will be vetted to narrow down to the best at reasonable prices.Special advice will be given by my cousin who is still a resident in MKZ.

Ronald and myself will sort out the places of interest to visit with input from my cousin as well.Will 2 nights be sufficient?Please let us know your thoughts If there is not enough to form a convoy of cars bus alternative will be considered…although at a glance does not seem suitable for MKZ.

Best regards,

Patrick Khoo

I.T. Learning Continues (1)

SHC negotiated with Paya Lebar Kovan CC located within walking distance from Kovan MRT station (North East Line) 2 use their premises 2 conduct I.T. lesson. Tentatively, the CC person-in-charge hd agreed that their I.T. Lab which houses 11 newly acquired desktop computers fitted wif DVD readers, can be used either on wkdy nite or Sun afternoon.

This is a one single session. Please choose your preferred date :

Dates :

  1. Tue, 24 Jun 08, 7 pm to 9.30 pm OR
  2. Sun, 29 Jun 08, 2 pm to 4.30 pm

We shall take tis opportunity 2 do tis long overdue one – 

  1. How 2 convert normal songs into mp3 format.
  2. How 2 record songs onto blank CD.
  3. How 2 rip n make copy of DVD of size below 4.7gb.
  4. How 2 rip n make copy of DVD of size exceeding 4.7gb (aka Dual Layer)
  5. How 2 download songs from YouTube’s website 2 your PC.

Previous list of registered members –

  1. Dan Huang
  2. John Howe
  3. Boon Liang
  4. Catherine Chong
  5. Ah Nee
  6. Peng Peng
  7. Eileen Lee
  8. Lina Ng
  9. Wee Chin
  10. Gingko Tay
  11. Agnes Tan
  12. Jie
  13. Jonathan Ong
  14. Alicia Soh
  15. Ann To
  16. Dennis Wee
  17. Rene Leong
  18. Roland Tong
  19. Andrew Kuan
  20. Veronique Lee
  21. Linda Chang
  22. Norlinda
  23. Marg Koh
  24. Grace Kok
  25. Elaine K
  26. Annie Loh
  27. Margaret Chan
  28. Karen Thio
  29. YH
  30. Ann Lim

New List of Registered Members Who Had Confirmed

  1. King Seng (29/6)
  2. Steven Chan (29/6)
  3. Susan Chang (24/6)
  4. Pauline Khoo (24/6)
  5. Caroline (29/6)
  6. Karen Thio (24/6)
  7. Ann To (24/6)
  8. Alice Seah (29/6)
  9. Linda Chang (24/6)
  10. Rene Leong (24/6)
  11. Patrick Khoo (24/6)
  12. Bernadette Chung (24/6)
  13. Janet Chan (29/6)
  14. Grace Kang (29/6)
  15. Ah Nee (24/6)
  16. Elaine Kong (29/6)
  17. Grace Kok (29/6)
  18. Peng Peng (29/6)
  19. Catherine Chong (29/6)
  20. Dan Huang (24/6)

24/6 n 29/6 (fully booked)

On Waiting List

  1. Helen Yeo (24/6)

  2. Joyce Lee (24/6)

  3. Annie Loh (24/6)

  4. Ann Lim (29/6)

  5. Agnes Tan (24/6, 29/6)
  6. Alicia Soh (29/6)
  7. Gingko (29/6) 

    Seats available are on first confirm first allocate basis.  

    Due to CC’s protocol, participants hv 2 pay $15 upfront.  Actual fee charged will be $7 n the balance $8 refunds 2 ur bank a/c thru IB after the session.  $15 will be collected thru IB 2 weeks b4 commencement of session otherwise seats will be reallocated 2 other members on waiting list.

    YK, Kwong Wah & SHC Volunteer Gp