We resume our hectic weekly programs this week even with the May Day public holiday. We did three River Monster Junior Programs over three days with Stamford American International School (SAIS – 120 kindergarten kids), a kayak and bike Learning Trail with Pioneer Junior College (40 pax), a Corporate Kayak with Moody (18 pax), a meeting with MOE Dairy Farm Camp to discuss potential sustainable partnerships, attended NWCDC’s “Keep Clean, Singapore” Launch, had a joint patrol for Punggol team with NParks (PCN) and LTA on Saturday, plus weekend patrols with 35 Members. There were 4 new members doing orientation this weekend. In the month of May so far, we have received five sign-ups for membership.
This week, we also did our very first Wheel-Chair tour with Mr. Ismail and family. It was a very successful event and all went well.
During the week, we continue to sight Fishing outside approved zones (at least 5 during the week and 8 on Sunday) and engaged 24 as part of our anti-littering outreach and engagement. No summons was issued. On Thursday, we also rescued a baby duckling from our pontoon area (see photos).