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  • WWS Family Carnival 2018

    WWSCARNIVAL 2018 – Love Life, Love Our Waters! 18th March 2018, 9am – 2pm @ Kallang Riverside Park (S199587) Sign up today! https://tinyurl.com/waterwayscarnival2018 This event welcomes everyone who wants to learn and enjoy themselves! eco-rider free market power boat kayak pedal boat interactive booths ice cream

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  • WWS needs your help

      One of our objectives for 2018 is to reach out to the differently abled. This is in line with our fervent belief in providing opportunities for all to participate in our unique experiential learning programmes. To achieve this objective, we need a specially designed boat to facilitate the safe

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  • Weekly Report 15 October 2018

    Dear friends, This week, we had a total of 4 school and 2 corporate programmes. We had a marvelous week with our first and successful Try-amazing Race with our sustainable partner Pratt & Whitney on Saturday. A total of 132 participants forming 22 teams participated in Kayak, Running and Cycling

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  • Weekly Report 08 October 2018

    Dear Friends, We started the week with a small CSR bicycle programme for Neuri Pte Ltd for 11 pax, followed by a CSR foot programme for SPF for 35 pax, one with Empact Pte Ltd for Mondelez International for 50 pax, another Kayak Clean up programme with Capital International, Inc

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  • Weekly Report 01 October 2018

    Dear Friends, We had an amazing week in WWS although we only managed to do three school programs and three Corporate programmes in total. There were two MPA Talks for 17 pax from Ngee Ann Polytechnic and another 200 pax from National Junior College. We had one Coney Island for

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  • Weekly Report 26 September 2018

    Dear Friends of WWS, It was a Rich Crazy Waterways week for us. We conducted a total of six MPA talks for Zhonghua Primary School (50 pax), East Coast Primary School (26 pax), St. Hilda’s Primary School (35 pax), Angsana Primary School (21 pax), Townsville Primary School (70 pax)  and

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