Gosh...my legs are still aching.
Yesterday ching, ching's friends, van and I volunteered ourselves for a charity event organised by NTU CAC (Cultural Activity Club) Arts from the Heart for Chen Su Lan Methodist Children's Home at Vivo city. It was a carnival opened to the public mass, quite a big one, with games and performaces going on simultaneously. I must applaude those who planned for the performance program. They really did a good job to have about 10 hours of performances non-stop!
Though my legs are still aching from excessive walking and standing, i enjoyed being part of it. Especially I got to interact with many kids when they came over to my game booth. They were sooooooo adorable and lovable! But of couse there were a few mischievious ones. haha.
With that, we ended our long and busy day from 8 in the morning till 9.30 at night.Some pictures during the event:
Our cute event pass. I thought i was able to keep it as a sovenier but it turned out that i had to return it to the organisers...sad.
One of the performances around early-afternoon. Apparently, this "balloon" man was able to make his way into a humongous super expandable balloon! That was really insane! LOL.
More crowds coming in during mid to late afternoon.
van's game booth was just beside me, so we took it in our free time when 'business' was not too good. hahaz. Ching's booth was located quite far away from us and she was busy mending her booth so that was the reason why she's missing from this photo....
The name of my booth -- EGG IT ON! Don't know why van keep appearing in my head whenever i see this. LOL. =X
Each player was given 6 ping pong balls per trial and they were supposed to aim for the coloured areas with their ping pongs to score. Red had the highest score while green the lowest.
Us and the mascot. This huggable bear bear was incredibly cute and the children loved it, including us! =)
We are in the Singapore's Book of Record with this bear pieced up with 2500 50-cent coins! All of these, together with the funds we got from the game booths and donation box, were collected and donated to the children's home.