BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORING (JUNE 2018)
Punggol Ripples seniors get their blood pressure measured before the morning exercise on every Thursday starting from 7 June.
EMBRACING ACTIVE AGEING AT YISHUN RIVERWALK
Last Sunday (4 Mar) Pacific Activity Centre @Yishun Riverwalk members celebrated ‘Embracing Active Ageing’ with Minister Ong Ye Kung (Minister for Education and Second Minister for Defence).
Minister Ong was presented a memento made by the seniors. The memento symbolizes togetherness of the seniors in embracing active ageing and kampong spirit. The multi-coloured fabric represents the seniors of different background and races. And the centre button represents Pacific Activity Centre as an instrument to bind the community to age-in-place and age gracefully.
Director and Founder of PAC, Dr William Chong signed a MOU with Republic Polytechnic (RP) during the event. PAC will be funding a research programme and two scholarships for the RP students.
The event also showcases watercolour paintings and Smartphone Photography done by our senior participants. The seniors also try out balloon sculpting with volunteers and bracelet making with ITE College East.
Warm Up Exercise
PAC seniors and their family members
Signing of MOU with Republic Polytechnic
Minister Ong learning balloon sculpting with seniors
Seniors sharing their paintings with Minister Ong
Minister Ong with PAC team
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WATERCOLOUR PAINTING SESSION AT YISHUN RIVERWALK ON 13 JAN
Seniors from our Yishun Riverwalk Centre enjoyed watercolour painting session conducted by volunteer Ms. Katerina of EssayArt.
See more on Yishun Riverwalk's event page.
OFFICIAL OPENING OF SKYTERRACE@DAWSON CENTRE ON 27 AUG
Ms Joan Pereira, Member of Parliament for Tanjong Pagar GRC, graced the official opening of PAC and Qi Philosophy Café at SkyTerrace @ Dawson. More than 120 invited guests, seniors and friends joined us to celebrate our new senior activity centre and café in the iconic housing estate in Dawson.
All guests enjoyed an entertaining afternoon including the dynamic and superbly choreographed Taiko drum concert by MINDS (Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore) PERFORM group. Guests were also delightedly treated to wholesome, healthy and tasty buffet lunch provided by Qi Philosophy.
Seniors entertained by staff with song and dance
MINDS Taiko Drum Performance
Zorba Dance by Our Lovely Seniors
Signing of the Opening Plaque by Adviser Joan and Dr William Chong
Sitted at Qi Philosophy Cafe
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