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Wednesday, May 19, 2010
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Tuesday, May 18, 2010
During the Retreat, CYC members mingled and brainstormed ideas for major projects. They discussed ways to attract more YOUths to major events such as Chingay and Asia’s largest street party, City Alive! YOUths can also look forward to an exciting 2011 with activities lined up to celebrate PAYM’s 40th Anniversary.
It was not all work on Day One. After dinner and rehearsal for a surprise item at the upcoming PAYM CYC Installation and Awards Ceremony, CYC members went for a karaoke session at Yishun SAFRA Club.
It was amazing they were able to stay up till very late and had to wake up early next morning for an aerobic work-out led by fitness instructors from California Fitness before practicing a flash mob dance with students of Nanyang Polytechnic. After all the exercise in the morning, CYC members spent the later half of the day with interesting energiser activities and group discussions.
It was a surprise when PAYM presented every CYC member with a photo momento and bought herbal drinks for everyone who stayed up late the previous night. CYC members went home tired but satisfied with the fruitful and memorable Retreat.
Monday, May 17, 2010
While waiting to catch a glimpse of the celebrities, families turned up early to visit educational booths set up by Aljunied Town Council, NEA, HDB and Eunos CC YEC. More than 100 children participated in the colouring contest and games. Many went home happily with balloons, goodie bags and shopping vouchers. It was also a pleasant surprise for the many Mothers who received carnation flowers from the MP, Mr Zainul after his visit to Blk 608 to educate residents on the dangers of killer litter.
Eunos CC YEC Vice-Chairman, Mr Fong Yoong Kheong shared: “As youths, there are so much more we can do to spread the zero-littering message. The YEC hopes to recruit more young people into our Eco-Savvy Interest Group where they can brainstorm interesting ideas and do something for the environment.”
On what plans the YEC have for the Zero Litter Month, Eunos CC YEC Chairman, Mr Sear Hock Rong said: “We are working closely with Bedok North Secondary School (BNSS) and local Residents’ Committees to organise more outreach activities. The YEC will be going door-to-door with students from BNSS Service Learning Club to educate residents on zero-littering. There are also plans to partner RCs to organise a Fashion Show where participants will dress up in recyclables such as plastic bottles and shoe boxes.”
Catch youths in action on Saturday, 22 May 2010, as they take the lead in picking up litter in Eunos Zone ‘6’ RC precinct and visiting residents to spread the message of keeping their estates clean and safe!
See Lianhe Zaobao's article on the launch event below:
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Saturday, March 13, 2010
Senior citizens are encouraged to attend ‘Fun with Facebook’ to learn how to connect with the younger generation.The training program on how to use Facebook, will be conducted on 13 March from 9.30am to 12pm.Vice-Chairman of Eunos Community Club Youth Executive Committee Mr Fong Yoong Kheong said this program aims to train our residents on how to use Facebook.“By teaching the middle age group and the senior citizens how to use the online platform, we aim to bond the residents,” Mr Fong said.“We will guide the participants on how to use Facebook, how to create a Facebook account and how to set their privacy settings.”The organising committee hopes to promote Facebook in a good light.Mr Fong said the program will help to show that Facebook serves as a good social networking platform.“Facebook is not all about playing games or posting your pictures online.“It has many other functions and it is a good way to connect with the younger generation.”The program will be held at Bedok North Secondary School’s computer lab.Mr Fong said that around 30 participants are expected and if places are not enough, participants can share computers as more people are expected to join closer to the event date.“We will teach the participants how to use Facebook in a simple form and we will make it fun for them to learn how to operate Facebook.“We don’t want them to feel that learning about technology is tough.“In the publicity outreach we did, we explained to the residents the benefits of learning about Facebook and the importance of staying connected in today’s digital age.”This event is organised by the Eunos Community Club Youth Executive Committee (YEC) and Bedok North Secondary School Service Learning Club.It is supported by the Eunos CC Malay Activity Executive Committee (MAEC) and Indian Activity Executive Committee (IAEC).