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Mural Wall Painting


On 7 September (Thursday), Miss Universe Singapore (MUS) finalists spent a fruitful afternoon with STC volunteers to paint a wall mural in support of STC’s adopted charity – Sunbeam Place.The mural wall painting was completed in under four hours, and was done with the aim of enlivening the living spaces at the Centre. Although it was the first time for many of the MUS finalists and STC volunteers (alike), to come together to paint a wall mural, the end results were nothing short of commendable! The aesthetically pleasing mural depicted a inclusive community of residents housed at the Centre, and also aligned with STC’s strategic focus of providing much-needed resources in support of the Centre’s infrastructural and refurbishment efforts.​​

Visit to STCRC


Fifteen Miss Universe Singapore finalists and 20 beneficiaries from Sunbeam Place spent a memorable morning on 2 September (Saturday), at the Club’s proprietary riding centre – Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre – for an eventful morning of joy rides, visits to the stables as well as partaking in specially curated ponies’ feeding-and-patting sessions. It was not just a morning of pure fun, but was also an emotive and connected time for the contestants, who had the opportunity to work with the children from Sunbeam Place in an up-close-and-personal encounter.​

National Day Celebrations at Sunbeam Place


On 8 Aug 2017, Singapore Turf Club (STC) celebrated National Day with a new adopted charity -  Sunbeam Place (managed by Singapore Children’s Society). STC’s mascots Racer and Clover, and 10 staff volunteers celebrated the nation’s 52nd birthday with children, caregivers and teachers at the Centre. The young beneficiaries were treated to an afternoon of fun, where team games such as Ring Toss, Bull's Eye, Penalty Shootout and Feed The Monkey were played. The children and volunteers came together in teams, to compete against one another at the various games stations and the adrenalin-charged team which completed the games within the shortest period of time, won attractive prizes. The children were also given the space to express themselves creatively, through an art session, where they applied creative splash of colours on plastic cartoon palettes, which were then made into key chains. The engaging afternoon was made especially memorable as staff volunteers also had the opportunity to celebrate the birthdays of some of the children who were born in the month of August.​