From 16Mar to 30Jun 2013, the annual Community Games 2013 (CG2013) aim to “Bond Residents, Connect Communities”.
Organised by People’s Association and Community Sports Clubs, a slew of games are waiting for your family and friends to participate. Registration is free.
. To quote from CG2013 :
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The objectives of the CG are:
(a) Develop a strong and inclusive sporting culture with passion and enthusiasm from all walks of life; and
(b) Enhance social cohesion and community bonding, linking people through mass participation and involvement.
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Daddy always believe that Sports is a useful platform to instill discipline, perseverance and determination to mold a child’s character. Together, a family can always enjoy some outdoor activities like cycling, jogging, blading or even swimming.
Family activities will make our family bond stronger, everyone becomes fitter, and we nurture a love for the great outdoors. Unfortunately, Daddy is not quite the sporty type of person. Since he completed his NS cycle, Daddy’s fitness level has fallen. We hope CG2013 will push Daddy to buck up
Are you already motivated, or curious to find out what is on offer from CG2013?
Do pop by CG2013 page and register for your Games now.
** These games are now open for registration (Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Dragonboat and Football), but do take note that team members must be from different Ages, Races and Estates, as the idea is to connect a diverse community.
SengkangBabies are proud to be one of CG2013′s official bloggers.
2012 Oct – Fast forward to 2012. Our two smallest kiddos are now enjoying their swimming sessions. Yi is always enthuasitic about taking a dip, whereas Xin prefer to piggy back teacher at times.
For most kids, the first hurdle is always to dip their head under water, and try to blow some bubbles. Daddy is not expecting kiddos to attempt drown-proofing anytime soon, but it is always satisfying to see kids improve their water confidence.
Kudos to Teacher Kian Hoe, our kids look forward to their weekly classes. Our teacher is patient yet persistent, and we know it is a hugh challenge to engage our strong-willed No2 and No4 :p