SHC June monthly gathering 29 Jun 2019

Hi everybody,

The date for the SHC June 2019 monthly has been decided. I am unable to attend the event in June as my schedules do not permit.

However, if any member wishes to host the June monthly gathering, the Club will help you to inform the members.

Details are:

1. Venue: Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, 5 mins walk from Pasir Ris MRT.

2. Date/time: 29 Jun 2019
2pm to 5pm.

3. Cost: free and easy. Buy your own drinks and food

4. Attendance: flexible

We can now confirm the EO Lillian Chua and co-EO Dolly Lim.

Lillian Chua EO


Since the gathering venue is non aircon, I had arranged with the Kopi/Teh (& soft drink) Stall #01-12 at level 1, just beside our siting place, to provide beverage as a treat from my hubby, David Ong. ALCOHOLIC DRINK IS NOT INCLUSIVE.

Just order and tell them under David Ong account will do.

1 Dolly Lim

2 Lillian Chua

3 David Ong

4 Susan CH Tan

5 Annie Seah

6 Lee Ah Nee

7 Richard Wong

8 Susan Tan

9 Pat Oei

10 Linda Chua

11 Lydia Poh

12 Michelle Sim

13 Judy Chia

14 Maria Tan

15 Pauline Khoo

16 Jan Teo

17 Doreen Ho

18 Caroline Gee

19 Tony Ang

20 Andrew Lim

21 Agnes Lim

22 Lydia Chin

23 Vincent Hee

24 Sally Tan

25 Catherine Yeo

26 Thomas Loh

27 Cheng Whye Kee

28 Yap Sew King

29 Ong Chew Teck

30 Theresa Seow

31 Irene Poh

32 Yoong Ching

33 Christina Teo

34 Sherry Wong

35 Hou Chong

36 Lina Ng

37 Gingko Tay

38 Malyne Suen (Catherine Soon)

39 Grace Kang

40 Francis Rajaratnan

41 Frisna Tan

42 Mary Chan

43 Jimmy Yeong Cheng Tsin 

44 Ronald Lam

45 Mega Sundram 

46 Lillian Teo

47 Daisy Yeo

48 Clara Chay

49 Daniel Chan

50 Helen Wong

51 T K Wong

52 Brian Ong

53 Helen Lee

54 Bobby Bok

55 Pow P K



















    This booking is closed. It is fully booked due to the popular demand of celebrities, Jack Neo and Team’s performance

    We apologise for the inconvenience caused

    Join our local comedians “CELEBRITIES JACK NEO  AND TEAM

    on a 3D2N BINTAN CRUISE, 14 June 2019

    As this period falls under mid-season, during school holidays and this rare opportunity; we are organising for members, friends and families, to have interesting fun with our local celebrities. Register as early as possible to avoid fully book. Closing date 8 June 2019

    Above fares are already discounted with S$200.00 per cabin
    1. EO/EC: Doreen Chan
    2. Not applicable for cruise members as you will be invited by Genting Cruise

    SHC June babies celebration

    For the last few years, SHC June babies have been celebrating our birthday together.

    Sue Chan has been coordinating this event, and gathering the June babes together. Whatever your age. If you are borned in Jun, come join us or contact Sue Chan.

    This year, June babes will be having a get-together dinner at the sumptuous Zichar stall in Ang Mo Kio Blk 722.

    Date: Fri evening, Jun 7, 2019.

    Cost: Shared basis.

    Place: directly opp Ang Mo Kio Mrt station, a 5 mins walk.

    Those of us who drive can park at the big car park besides the coffeeshop.

    ** Members who wish to coordinate other birthday months, please contact me. We will help you to celebrate every year.

    Terence Seah/Sue Chan

    SHC CPF WhatsApp discussions

    Let’s have another session on WhatsApp to discuss and share CPF issues concerning seniors.

    The CPF website has plenty of information. An appointment at any of the CPF centres can also clear your doubt.

    This WhatsApp discussion group will last 7 days, starting 15 May and ends 21 May 2019 midnight.

    Rules apply:

    1. No website URL link

    2. No photos, tell phone numbers or invitations to attend any events.

    3. No greetings. But feel free to introduce your name. Please address one another by first name.

    4. All Q&A strictly text only.

    5. Strictly, no unrelated content.

    6. Plse keep to the above rules to stay on the chat. Sorry, no reminders.

    Plse register here to attend. Deadline: 14 May 2019.

    Terence Seah

    SHC May monthly gathering, Sat 18 May 2019

    Most of our monthly gathering have been held on weekdays in the city area for the convenience of working members.

    We shall move East this time, and we hope to bring in more members who live in the East, and who have time during weekends.

    Date: Sat 18 May 2019

    Time: 2pm to 5 pm

    Venue: Koufu Sengkang General Hospital, 110 Sengkang E Way, #01-21, Singapore 544886.

    Nearest MRT: Sengkang

    This koufu foodcourt is clean and spacious. I look forward to your coming.

    Please register your coming below:

    Terence Seah

    Registration List:

    1. David Ong
    2. Lillian Ong
    3. Howard Yong
    4. Stella Sheng
    5. Alan Ang
    6. Jenny Lim
    7. Lee Ah Nee
    8. Ong Chew Teck
    9. Yap Siew King
    10. Doris &
    11. Graham Smith
    12. Chan Keng Ngee
    13. Leon Lau
    14. Christine Teo
    15. Paul Phua
    16. Sharon Lim
    17. Terence Seah
    18. Andrew Lim
    19. Agnes Lim
    20. Dolly Lim
    21. Richard Lean
    22. Anne Boey
    23. Sally Tan
    24. Bernie Chung
    25. Dennis Har
    26. Bobby Bok
    27. Richard Wong
    28. Daisy Wee
    29. Victor Khor
    30. Olivia Ros Jiang
    31. Sandra Tay
    32. Steven Chan
    33. Thomas Goh
    34. Yoong Chin
    35. Sherry Wong

    Monthly walk: Two Parks “take 2 with 1 stone” Walk

    Date: Saturday, 11th May 2019
    Time: 4.15pm sharp
    Duration: approx 2.5 hrs
    Meeting place : Bukit Panjang MRT, Downtown Line “DT1” passenger service centre.
    EC: Linda

    Zhenghua Park is a linear nature park bounded by Bukit Timah Expressway (BKE), BKE Slip Road to Kranji Expressway (KJE).
    The park was built between the PUB pipeline reserve and BKE near the Bukit Panjang housing estate.

    Take a walk in the shade of the beautiful trees, you may see many different birds.
    We will also walk the 3.8 hectare extension that includes a sand-based children’s playground, an open green and amenities for visitors.

    Our stroll will end at tentatively, Pending LRT.

    Walk Team: Charles Wee, Veronica Wong, Mary Tan, Azhari
    Cuttilan, Linda Chua and ChristinA Chan.

    Those coming, register soonest!

    1. LindaC
    2. AndrewK
    3. StellaS
    4. DollyL
    5. CarlyG
    6. GingkoT
    7. DorisT
    8. GrahamS
    9. KentC
    10. JennyL
    11. RonaldLee
    12. PeterG
    13. DaisyP
    14. Yap SK
    15. Ong CT
    16. HenryS
    17. RonaldLam
    18. PhyllisT
    19. YoongChin
    20. LilianK
    21. JanisH
    22. MonicaT
    23. VictorC
    24. BruceL
    25. GraceK
    26. PaulineK

    Moving on with Paperclips

    Hi Paperclips members,

    It has always been my hope that Silverhairs members are able to find like-minded friends. Since the club started in 2005, our activities are generally participated by about 80% females and 20% males. However the Club itself has registered about 60% females and 40% males. The question has always been why the inbalance.

    As we get older, especially after leaving full time work, our colleagues carry on their lives. Nowadays, many senior club members find that our children are having their own family life. And for some, they leave the nest home. For others, our spouses leave us naturally, either through a divorce or to another world.

    At some time, we are all left alone, with an empty apartment, no one to have lunch and dinner with. We have time to travel, but we are unable to find someone with common interest. Obviously, no one to chat, go out with, hold hands together, go to a cinema together or travel to nearby Penang together.

    Very often, we then try to keep busy. Spend time with grandchildren. Watch Korean movie or roam Changi Jewel alone. Better still, some find our local kopitiam a place where we can debate the budget or find out more about CPF life from neighbours.

    I had hope that SilverHairsClub will be a platform for members to find new friends. Today, I read an article in Channel News Asea on dating apps. I guess the article suits the 25-35 age group. But I believe the dating apps suits single SilverHairsClub members. The Paperclips program is for singles only. Plse read the article below.

    I plan to be in Spore in May, and am thinking of having the next monthly gathering with the topic “Dating for SilverHairs”.

    For members planning to join the mthly gathering, the date will likely be 13-18 May 2019.

    If you like to speak on this topic, please contact me at 9489-4360.

    Terence Seah

    WWII trails, Pt 1 & 2

    Date: Saturday, 13th April 2019

    Time: 09.30AM SHARP!!     

    Do plan to be on time, if not earlier . Strictly NO waiting for latecomer! :D

    Duration: approx 3 to 4hrs (there’s no turning back)

    Meeting place (**) : Seah Im Food Centre.
    Nearest MRT – HarbourFront, NE1 / CC29; Exit B.

    SeahIm FC: One end are Malay stalls; the other end are Chinese.
    Use the toilet facilities (located nearer the Malay stalls) as the next two(2) hours might not have this facility.

    WE MEET: In the mid section; are rows of tables & chairs, nearby a CharKwayTeow stall; past these rows facing the main road is a “Coffee Queen” stall.

    EC: ChristinA

    This is not a walk in the park ….. this is an Adventure you may not want
    to miss!

    Let’s get closer to nature.. C’mon on, strap on a good pair of hiking shoes!

    We will trek through some overgrowth, hike Uphill, to visit site(s) that once
    even had disappeared from the maps of Singapore for more than 60years;
    was rediscovered, yet hidden.

    1st leg of this walk — depends much on the weather.
    Should there be heavy rain on Friday, we might need to “change” route
    as it might be too slippery to hike uphill & down.

    IF above happens then will walk only the 2nd leg…. m still thinking :)

    To avoid confusion, meeting place (**) shall remain unchanged.
    IF you are not sure of the location of the meeting place, ASK early.

    Strongly recommend:

    1. wear long pants, covered shoes with ankle socks unless you wish to
      get bites.
    2. Hiking poles — it helps as there ain’t railings or anything to hold
    3. Brollies, caps and bottle of water to stay hydrated.

    As we might end at 2pm, I will provide a small snack.

    Walk Team: Charles Wee, Veronica Wong, Mary Tan, Azhari
    Cuttilan, Linda Chua and ChristinA Chan…. signing off!

    Kindly put your name down soonest! Thank you!

    1. ChristinA
    2. LydiaP
    3. IreneP
    4. SusanT
    5. AndrewK
    6. StellaS
    7. PeterG
    8. JennyL
    9. DollyL
    10. Lilian K
    11. BruceL
    12. SusanCHT
    13. RonaldL
    14. DorisT
    15. GrahamS
    16. GingoT
    17. Jimmy Tsin
    18. Mike Tay
    19. Catherine Yeo
    20. Henry See
    21. Phyllis Tan
    22. Evelyn Ong
    23. Yap Sew King

    Tea Dance at Club 5, Park Royal on Kitchener Road on Saturday, 22 June 2019 from 2pm to 6pm (EC)

    Its been some time since we last had our Tea Dance. We have had queries as to when the next one will be.

    We are happy to announce that we shall be having one soon. For this time round, we shall cap the maximum number of attendees to 56.

    Date:             22 June 2019 (Saturday)

    Time:            2pm to 6pm

    Price:           S$25 nett

    Mini Buffet (free flow):  we shall be discussing this with the person in charge at Club 5 and keep you posted on the menu once its confirmed.

    Drinks:          Free flow of hot or cold tea (other drinks at your own expense)

    Music:           DJ Armstrong – one of the best DJs in town.  You can make song requests.

    Account:        Payable to Caroline Gee – POSB savings account 067-00687-9 (by 30 April 2019)

    There will be a game or two and if you know my buddy Dolly, her games are hilarious and will leave in stitches. There will also be a lucky draw.  So if members feel generous and would like to sponsor some prizes, please contact me via and it will be very much appreciated.

    Many thanks in advance.

    P.S.  Club 5 at Park Royal on Kitchener Road has informed us that they will be sponsoring several prizes which will include dining vouchers and one or two bottles of wine.

    Registration starts now and the closing date is Friday, 30 May 2019 and we shall close registration on closing date or when we reach our target of 56 (paid up), whichever comes first. So save the date and get ready to party through the afternoon.  No gate crashers allowed.

    If you don’t know how to dance, you could learn a step or two from other members or just be there to soak in the atmosphere and chill out.

    Registration – Closed.

    1. Caroline Gee – paid
    2. Dolly Lim – paid
    3. David Ong – paid
    4. Lilian Chua – paid
    5. Ah Nee – paid
    6. Lydia Poh – paid
    7. Frank Poh – paid
    8. Michelle Sim – paid
    9. Andrew Tan – paid
    10. Catherine Tan – paid
    11. Catherine Tan’s friend (A) – paid
    12. Mega – paid
    13. Caroline (RH) – paid
    14. Holly Lim – paid
    15. Judy Chia – paid
    16. Gabriella Chua – paid
    17. Tony Ang – paid
    18. Gingko – paid
    19. Pat Oei – paid
    20. Linda Oei – paid
    21. Thomas Loh – paid
    22. Shirleen Kao – paid
    23. Shirleen Kao’s friend (I) – paid
    24. Malyne Suen – paid
    25. Dolly’s friend (RW) – paid
    26. Dolly’s friend (JT) – paid
    27. Doreen Chan – paid
    28. John Howe – paid
    29. Dolly’s friend (L) – paid
    30. Dolly’s friend (A) – paid
    31. Dolly’s friend (AH) – paid
    32. Dolly’s Friend (E) – paid
    33. Caroline’s friend (D) – paid
    34. Caroline’s friend (C) – paid
    35. Clara Chay – paid
    36. Sarah Zahriah – paid
    37. Susan Tan – paid
    38. Edwin – paid
    39. Philip – paid
    40. Susan Tan’s friend (R) – paid
    41. Susan Tan’s friend (A) – paid
    42. Rosalind Lee – paid
    43. Janie Leong – paid
    44. Janie Leong’s friend – paid
    45. Charles Wee – paid
    46. CM Teo – paid
    47. Sue Chan – paid
    48. Judy Lim – paid
    49. Cat Yeo – paid
    50. Wong Hong Jeng – paid
    51. Mary Quek – paid
    52. Stella Sheng – paid
    53. Bobby Bok – paid
    54. Lydia Chin – paid
    55. Karen Thio – paid
    56. Karen Thio’s helper – paid
    57. Joan Ang – paid
    58. Susan C H Tan – paid

    Dear All, please note that registration is now closed. No more wait list. Many thanks for your support. Looking forward to a fun-filled afternoon with everyone.

    Live Music down memory lane

    Hi greetings from Henry Foo!
    My band will be playing at Hard Rock Cafe 830pm 19th March 19.
    As a silver hair myself, we grew up in the era of The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Hollies the animals and the likes.
    We will be playing these music off the 60s to bring you firm memory lanes!
    Please reply as its expected to be quite full that night.

    29 March 2019 Monthly Gathering “Free & Easy Get Together”

    EO – Doreen Chan
    Co EO – Jeffrey Gan
    Registration officer – Lydia Chin
    We ended the first quarter of 2019 with a BANG. We had joy we had fun we had laughter at Bishan. It leaves me to thank each and every member who had turned up

    Date: 29 Mar 2019
    Time: 6 – 11 pm
    Venue: Voice Art, SMRT club, beside Bishan swimming complex
    Location: Bishan Mrt
    At Bishan Pl, you will find a road which is in between the bus interchange and Junction 8 Mall; from the shop ”SASA”, turn left and walk straight out to Bishan St 14
    Address 2 Bishan 14 Level 2 Singapore 579780

    Charge per person: S$17.00
    Include: – Karaoke: singing & dancing and food

    Below agenda is a guideline and may change if needed

    5.30 pm Registration starts

    6.00 pm Karaoke starts

    6.30 pm 5-course buffet dinner; free flow coffee, tea & water

    7.30 pm Surprise items

    7.45 pm 15 mins Salsa dance by Jeffrey Gan

    8.00 pm 15 mins Bachata dance

    8.15 pm Will play 4 pcs Line Dance songs: Electric Slide, Cowboy Cha Cha, Koot Kart and Who do u call darling

    8.30 pm 2,5 hrs of Free & Easy – karaoke for the remaining registered singers, social dance/line dance/chit chat/chill out

    11.00 pm End of our happy gathering.. Goodnight.. till we meet again

    Members attending:

    1. Doreen Chan – pd
    2. Jeffrey Gan – pd
    3. Irene Lee – pd
    4. David Ong – pd
    5. Lilian – pd
    6. Charles Wee – pd
    7. Teo – pd
    8. Caroline Gee – pd
    9. Ah Nee – pd
    10. Dolly Lim – pd
    11. Malyne Seon – pd
    12. Maria Tan – pd
    13. Thomas Loh – pd
    14. Lydia Poh – pd
    15. Michelle Sim – pd
    16. John Howe – pd
    17. Lydia Chin – pd
    18. Francis Poh – pd
    19. Richard Wong – pd
    20. Swanny – pd
    21. Cat Yeo – pd
    22. Sue Lim – pd
    23. Betty Chua – pd
    24. Tony Ang – pd
    25. Sally Foo – pd
    26. Angeline Ong – pd
    27. Judy Chia – pd
    28. Jennifer Soh – pd
    29. Alex – pd
    30. Catherine – pd
    31. Ng How – pd
    32. Lina Ng – pd
    33. Hou Chong – pd

    Registration is closed

    For those who are keen on karaoke, please DO register at 5.30 pm.  We only have 8 early bird slots for karaoke segment from 6 pm – 6:30 pm only.

    Number 9 onwards will be slotted into the Dinner Seranades Segment (from 6:30 – 7:30pm).. and we probably can only accommodate about 12 singers during that one hour slot.  If your Number is 20 and above, you will be slotted into the “Free and easy” slot, which starts at 8:30pm, and you might not even get the chance to sing.. depending on the flow of events during the “Free and Easy Slot”…      Please DO register with Lydia Chin, IMMEDIATELY upon your arrival at the venue.

    We gonna have fun tonight… see u soon… !


    The SHC Bear Hug

    This is an old post. As the new year is here, we can revive the SHC best hug again. Let’s give one another the hug after our new year greeting.

    In recent days, some members including myself have been doing some bear hugging; and we thought it would be a good idea to develop the SHC Bear Hug.  Whenever we meet, we can do the Bear Hug.  Here’s how it works.

    1. Both hands forward, right hand slightly higher than left hand.
    2. Smile and walk towards the other person, and give a good hug for 3-5 secs.
    3. Works for both men and women.
    4. No kissing.

    You can still operate with the typical hand-shake.

    Terence Seah

    SHC CNY event Sun 10 Feb 2019 HiTea at Jayleen hotel

    We have now confirmed our CNY gathering as follows:

    Date: SUN 10 Feb 2019
    Time: 2pm to 5pm
    Event: Hi Tea afternoon SilverHairsClub mthly gathering
    Price: SGD 25 per head for the 1st 30 paid members.
    SGD 30 per head from the 31st paid pax.

    *** Payment to our Treasurer Christina Chan via POSB acct: 542 107 561 by 1 Feb 2019.

    Dress: as Chinese as you can.

    Please register your coming below.
    Strictly for SHC members only.

    Terence Seah

    Registration list:
    1. Catherine Yip (pd)
    2. Maria Chong (pd)
    3. Steven Chan (pd)
    4. Tony Ang  (pd)
    5. Gabriella Chua  (pd)
    6. Stella Sheng (pd)
    7. Jenny Lim
    8. Karen Thio (pd)
    9. Thomas Loh (pd)
    10.Alan Ang  (pd)
    11. Jeffrey Gan  (pd)
    12. Irene Gan  (pd)
    13.  Sandra Tay  (pd)
    14.  Mega Abdullah  (pd)
    15. Terence Seah  (pd)
    16. Sue Chan  (pd)
    17. Wong Hong Jeng  (pd)
    18. Frank Kaw  (pd)
    19. Mary Kwek  (pd)
    20. Tan Poh Heng (pd)
    21. Peter Loo (pd)

    22.  Judy Lim (pd)

    23.  Susan Tan (pd)

    24. Caroline Gee (pd)

    25. Dolly Lim (pd)

    26. Lilian Chua (pd)

    27. David Ong (pd)

    28. Lee Ah Nee (pd)

    29. Gingko Tay  (pd)

    30. Lilian Quek (pd)

    31, Lydia Chin (pd)

    32. George Chew (pd)

    33. Francis Poh (pd)

    34.  Closed.

    SilverHairsClub name tag

    The SilverHairsClub name tag has the following specifications.  Please design and print your name tag yourself, and put the card into a plastic holder, which can be hung around the neck or pinned on the shirt/dress.  There is no need to standardize the design.

    Every member makes their own name tag.

    • Size:  89mm x 51mm (3.5inch x 2inch)
    • Paper:  Can be of any colour or material.
    • Font size:  As bold as possible so that others can see your name from far.  Any colour, shape or design.
    • Content:  Your name.  Must have the first and last name or first, middle and last name.  No abbreviation.  Company name not allowed; except when approved as a Corporate member.
    • Members can choose any background, picture or design.

    This name tag should be used at all SilverHairsClub gathering.

    Have fun.

    Terence Seah

    Here are some advice for we silver hairs.

    A Wholesom Advise for all of Us

    Here are some advice for we silver hairs.

    Between age 60 and death.
    It’s time to use the money you saved up. Use it and enjoy it. Don’t just keep it for those who may have no notion of the sacrifices you made to get it. Remember there is nothing more dangerous than a son or daughter-in-law with big ideas for your hard-earned capital.

    Warning: This is also a bad time for investments, even if it seems wonderful or fool-proof. They only bring problems and worries. This is a time for you to enjoy some peace and quiet.

    Stop worrying about the financial situation of your children and grandchildren, and don’t feel bad spending your money on yourself. You’ve taken care of them for many years, and you’ve taught them what you could. You gave them an education, food, shelter and support. The responsibility is now theirs to earn their own money.

    Keep a healthy life, without great physical effort. Do moderate exercise (like walking every day), eat well and get your sleep. It’s easy to become sick, and it gets harder to remain healthy. That is why you need to keep yourself in good shape and be aware of your medical and physical needs. Keep in touch with your doctor, do tests even when you’re feeling well. Stay informed.

    Always buy the best, most beautiful items for your significant other. The key goal is to enjoy your money with your partner. One day one of you will miss the other, and the money will not provide any comfort then, enjoy it together.

    Don’t stress over the little things. You’ve already overcome so much in your life. You have good memories and bad ones, but the important thing is the present. Don’t let the past drag you down and don’t let the future frighten you. Feel good in the now. Small issues will soon be forgotten.

    Regardless of age, always keep love alive. Love your partner, love life, love your family, love your neighbor and remember: “A man is not old as long as he has intelligence and affection.”

    Be proud, both inside and out. Don’t stop going to your hair salon or barber, do your nails, go to the dermatologist and the dentist, keep your perfumes and creams well stocked. When you are well-maintained on the outside, it seeps in, making you feel proud and strong.

    Don’t lose sight of fashion trends for your age, but keep your own sense of style. You’ve developed your own sense of what looks good on you – keep it and be proud of it. It’s part of who you are.

    ALWAYS stay up-to-date. Read newspapers, watch the news. Go online and read what people are saying. Make sure you have an active email account and try to use some of those social networks. You’ll be surprised what old friends you’ll meet.

    Respect the younger generation and their opinions. They may not have the same ideals as you, but they are the future, and will take the world in their direction. Give advice, not criticism, and try to remind them that yesterday’s wisdom still applies today.
    Never use the phrase: “In my time.” Your time is now. As long as you’re alive, you are part of this time.

    Some people embrace their golden years, while others become bitter and surly. Life is too short to waste your days on the latter. Spend your time with positive, cheerful people, it’ll rub off on you and your days will seem that much better. Spending your time with bitter people will make you feel older and harder to be around.

    Do not surrender to the temptation of living with your children or grandchildren (if you have a financial choice, that is). Sure, being surrounded by family sounds great, but we all need our privacy. They need theirs and you need yours. Even then, do so only if you feel you really need the help or do not want to live by yourself

    Don’t abandon your hobbies. If you don’t have any, make new ones. You can travel, hike, cook, read, dance. You can adopt a cat or a dog, grow a kitchen garden, play cards, checkers, chess, dominoes, golf.

    Try to go. Get out of the house, meet people you haven’t seen in a while, experience something new (or something old). The important thing is to leave the house from time to time. Go to museums, go walk through a park. Get out there.

    Speak in courteous tones and try not to complain or criticize too much unless you really need to. Try to accept situations as they are.

    Pains and discomfort go hand in hand with getting older. Try not to dwell on them but accept them as a part of the life.

    If you’ve been offended by someone – forgive them. If you’ve offended someone – apologize. Don’t drag around resentment with you. It only serves to make you sad and bitter. It doesn’t matter who was right. Someone once said: “Holding a grudge is like taking poison and expecting the other person to die.” Don’t take that poison. Forgive, forget and move on with your life.

    Laugh. Laugh away your worries Remember, you are one of the lucky ones. You managed to have a life, a long one. Many never get to this age, never get to experience a full life.

    Cambodia travel trip 2nd to 9th April 2019

    I am organizing a one week trip to Cambodia visting SiemReap, Sihanoukeville, Kampot & Kep and Phnom Penh. The trip is comfirm to proceed. The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 8, lodging 2 to a room. Highlights of this trip include visits to Angkor Wat, Bokor Highlands, Kampot rustic riverside town, Kep crab market, La Pepper Plantation, Naga World casino. If you are interested, please email me at your NAME & CONTACT NUMBER and I can provide you details of program and costings. Charles Wee.

    Travelling experience with seniors

    A top activity among seniors is travelling. Many of us love to go JB, further to China, and further still on a cruise from HK. Of course, it costs money, but for many we want to see the world at 60, 65 and 70.

    Many seniors prefer to go with a friend or a group. So, we join a group, but sometimes, our travel partners become enemies. And the rest of the trip becomes sour, and we never want to see the other person again. Why?

    Teenagers, young adults handle social communication better. But seniors and retirees fare badly on many issues when travelling together, despite a good 50 to 60 years living experience on earth.

    “I just can’t stand why she spends such a long time making up in the toilet”.

    “This lady is a bitch, real bloody bitch. I will never go out with her again.”

    “Who does she think she is? She thinks she is still young. I don’t want to be associated with such people”.

    “This guy is very stingy. He waits and waits and won’t offer to buy you a drink. So kiam siap. I can pay myself. No need him to pay for me”.

    How do we go out travelling together and still come back as friends? Better still as closer friends. Are we the perfect travelling friend?

    Let’s chat without hinting at who’s the person. Let’s discuss how we can be better travelling companies.

    Terence Seah

    More SilverHairsClub patches available

    We are having the 2nd batch of SilverHairsClub patch which can be sewn on to T-shirts, caps, pants, tote bags, etc.

    SHC first logo patch

    SHC first logo patch

    This batch design has the words “SilverHairsClub” on a black cloth background. The text is white.  The size is 2.5 cm x 8 cm.

    The price of the patches as follows:

    • Without iron-on backing:
    • 1  – 10 pc at $3 each
    • 11 pcs and more at $2.80 each.
    • For no delivery charges, please collect the patches during the monthly gatherings.

    If delivered and registered to your house address, please add $2.50 per local address.

    More designs will be released from time to time.

    Please place your orders here.

    Terence Seah

    Monthly Walks for 2019

                               HAPPY NEW YEAR,,,!
                         Walk Your Way To Better Health


    Walks continue to be on 2nd Saturday/month; remains an EC event, bring your adult friends.

    This year, our walk team members are rather busy, unlike previous years we might cancel even scheduled walk(s) with a Post to update members prior to the walk date.

    We will Post each walk 10 days, latest one(1) week prior to scheduled date.

    1st walk is scheduled on 09 March.

    12 Jan — No walk
    09 Feb — CNY, time for family and friends.

    Scheduled dates for 2019 —
    09 Mar
    13 Apr
    11 May
    08 Jun
    13 Jul
    10 Aug — No walk
    14 Sep
    12 Oct — TBC
    09 Nov
    14 Dec — No walk

    Stay healthy, see you in Every of our walks!

    from the Walk Team:
    Charles Wee, Veronica Wong, Mary Tan, Azhari Cuttilan and I, ChristinA Chan.

    Looking for roommate, travel to Malaysia

    My name is Alan Ang join SHC Since the club started. A retiree but sometime working for pocket money I seldom joint the club activity. I like cycling’swimming’ travel and sighting I use to driving to Malaysia free and easy on budget planning. I’m looking for a roommate and altogether 3 or 4 travel members to tour with me to Malaysia. The cost will be shared among all members I will provide free driver and car while for food I would like to spend individually because I like to eat to myself which the food I like. if anyone interested regardless man or woman can contact me. Purely for the tour only no monkey business related. Thank you to SHC administrator if allow me to post to the club website
    Alan Ang

    SHC 8 Jan 2019 monthly gathering at Velocity

    Let’s beginning the year of the pig with the Jan 2019 mthly.  Many members would have celebrated a fun and memorable year end.  Before the Lunar New Year festival arrives in early Feb, let’s find sometime together to meet up.

    This is a good occasion for members who wish to organise a CNY lunch or dinner, and forming a table or two among friends.  Members who are joining the Phuket to Bangkok self drive in April can also get together and meet up.  Better still, those who are non drivers and wish to join the trip as passengers can also look to partner willing drivers. Plse read Phuket post for details.

    As usual and typical of monthly gatherings, this event is for you to meet new members and catch-up with old ones too. Come along and get to know people whom you can get along with.  Get to know someone who will come with you to our monthly gatherings every time. Find travel Kaki’s, mahjong Kaki’s, JB kakies, food lovers, or friends to chat. Cycling, walking or exercise friends.

    Date: Tues 8 Jan 2019

    Time: 1700 to 2000 hrs

    Place: Velocity @ Novena square, 238 Thomson Road| #03-47/56, Singapore 307683

    MRT: Novena station

    Please register your coming. Susan Tan will put your name down in the list below. I shall also be coming.

    The first 30 names whose names appear on the registration list will receive personally a SilverHairsClub cloth batch which you can sew on to your bag, cap, or totte supermarkets bag or jeans. 

    Terence Seah

    Registration list:

    1. Terence Seah (EO)
    2. Andrew Koh
    3. Priscilla Wee
    4. Doris Tan &
    5. Graham Smith
    6. Daisy Yeo
    7. David Ong &
    8. Lilian Chua
    9. Vicky Siong
    10. Gingko Tay
    11. Marie Nicole Chong
    12. Kheng Lim
    13. Stella Sheng (Registration)
    14. Margaret Khoo
    15. Catherine Chng
    16. Howard Yong (giving away the SHC cloth patch for the 1st 30 registered members)
    17. Laura Wee
    18. Maria Tan
    19. Doreen Chan
    20. Bobby Bok
    21. WK Cheng
    22. Christina Pan
    23. Angeline Tong
    24. Bernie Chung
    25. Jessie Ow
    26. Peter Goh
    27. Joan Ang
    28. Sherry Wong
    29. Lee Ah Nee
    30. Michael Tan
    31. Francis Mangalam
    32. Alan Ang
    33. Martin Han
    34. Christine Teo
    35. Adeline Tan
    36. Edward Lim
    37. Karen Thio
    38. Susan Ng
    39. Peggy Ho
    40. May Lee
    41. Rosalind Lee
    42. Thomas Loh
    43. Christina Chan
    44. Charles Wee
    45. Teo CH
    46. Theresa Seow
    47. James Chan
    48. Lilian Quek
    49. Leon Lau
    50. Lilian Koh
    51. Sally Tan
    52. Winnie Tan
    53. Steven Chan
    54. Caroline Gee