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Sushi Making Workshop


Singapore Turf Club (STC) organised a Sushi Making Workshop for the beneficiaries of Sunbeam Place (managed by Singapore Children’s Society) on Thursday, 15 June 2017. There were 10 STC volunteers and they paired up with 20 children to learn the art of making delicious sushi. Participants learnt how to make three different types of sushi - Yaki Corn Sushi, Tobikko Gunkan and Tamago Temaki. It was a fulfilling activity that fostered communications and teamwork, rendering the event another successful community outreach involving staff volunteers.

Guided Stables Tour


At the start of the school holidays, on 1 June 2017, an exclusive Guided Stables Tour was specially curated for young beneficiaries from Sunbeam Place (managed by Singapore Children’s Society). Fifteen children had the rare chance to experience a behind-the-scenes tour of the equine facilities and landscape of the Singapore racecourse. The tour provided the children with opportunities to have an up-close and personal encounter with horses, and special arrangements were also made for the children to be given a tour of Club’s premier veterinary facilities, farrier house, equine pool and horse float. The final segment of the tour culminated with pony rides at the Club’s proprietary horse riding school, which sealed this school holiday excursion as a memorable one.

Sports Day with Melrose Home


​Thursday, 8 December 2016, marked Sports Day for our adopted charity, Melrose Home, where Singapore Turf Club (STC) organised for a fun and adrenalin-charged game of “Laser Tag” at The Cage @ Kallang. 12 children and STC staff volunteers were split into teams of 4, and given equal opportunity to battle against each other. Laughter and excitement filled the cage as each team attempted to claim the victory during their round. The event concluded with a more challenging activity of fusing the games “Capture the Flag” and “Laser Tag”, whereby the same teams would have to not only protect their own base, but also bring over their ‘flags’ from the opponent’s side without being eliminated. On top of having fun as well as a good exercise, the children learnt the importance of teamwork and communication by interacting with STC’s volunteers, which allowed for both a fruitful and enjoyable experience.