Toddycats at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013!

Adrian Loo leads a bunch of us in organising a second hand stall each year to help raise funds for Assisi Hospice which ‘helps people facing death to live life with dignity and to the fullest’.

We bring our enthusiasm, event organising and guiding skills to the fair each year and planning begins early in the year.

After several months, the day has finally arrived! Toddycats are down there in various roles, helping out and buying interesting items from the “Adrian Loo & friends” stall.

See who’s been busy this morning and join them at 490 Thomson Road (SJI International) – for more details, see Otterman speaks…

Lim Chen Kee's sucker buy at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013
Lim Chen Kee, buying cooking pots!

Lim Chen Kee's sucker buy (2) at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013
Chen Kee also bought this tea pot!

Adrian Loo @ Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013
Adrian bought a Polar Watch

Joelle Lai's sucker buy at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013
Joelle Lai buys a mug!

Kenneth at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013
Kenneth Pinto’s books are well received by Ivan Chew!

Kok Oi Yee at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013
Kok Oi Yee, hard as work as always!

Ng Kai Scene at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013!
Fiery red Ng Kai Scene helping to sell books

Anand and Adrian at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013!
Anand Balan comes to do shopping!

Wendy Sim and Quek Kiah Shen with Lim Chen Kee at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013!
Wendy Sim and Quek Kiah Shen come to makan!
Here with Lim Chen Kee.

Teo Kah Ming at the Assisi Hospice Charity Fun Day 2013!
Teo Kah Ming manning the book store!

Thanks to Kenneth and Adrian for the photos!


Postscript – Adrian writes,

Thanks to all Toddycats for helping out at the Assisi Hospice Fun Day! This year we wouldn’t have managed if you hasn’t come forward. Thanks Siva, your social capital was as always essential for the manpower.

I saw guiding skills come in handy and engagement – else we would have been quieter. Kai Scene actually went out of the stall and drew people to look at items. It’s a useful skill to have in being able to engage with anyone. Well done Toddycats!

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