Inner Wheel Day Celebrated in Singapore

Posted by | Jan 20, 2020 |

International Inner Wheel Day 2020 celebration in Singapore

International Inner Wheel Day is always celebrated together by Inner Clubs in Singapore. This year the Inner Wheel Club of Singapore West kindly organised the occasion at HCSA Community Services.

HCSA Community Services is a charity dedicated to rehabilitation of ex-offenders, single parents and abused teenage girls and other vulnerable persons.

48 members from 4 clubs lead by their respective presidents, DC Shirin, PNR Phyllis Fong, PNR Kim Ng and PNR Lucy Ooi gathered at the HCSA Academy , a culinary school , for an introduction to the charity , followed by lunch prepared by beneficiaries of the charity.

Ms Kim Lang Khalil (below), CEO at HCSA Community Services briefed us the main programmes which include HCSA Highpoint, HCSA Dayspring Residential Treatment Centre, HCSA Dayspring SPIN (Single parents INformed, INvolved, INcluded) and HCSA Academy.

The Academy offers a 6-week culinary course to equip ex-offenders with cooking skills and help them to secure full-time placements in F&B establishments. The goal is to reintegrate them back to society.

Next, Chef Wee Bin Khoo who eagerly introduces the 3-course lunch prepared by his students. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes which comprised of healthy ingredients, were surprisingly of high standards, pleasing to the eye and scrumptious.

Following lunch, IWC Singapore Central even choose this special occasion to induct a new member.

An appreciation sum of S$1010 contributed by members was presented to Chef Wee by President Jeanette Ong of IWC Singapore West.

HCSA Community Services is a charity dedicated to rehabilitation of ex-offenders, single parents and abused teenage girls and other vulnerable persons.

48 members from 4 clubs lead by their respective presidents, DC Shirin, PNR Phyllis Fong, PNR Kim Ng and PNR Lucy Ooi gathered at the HCSA Academy , a culinary school , for an introduction to the charity , followed by lunch prepared by beneficiaries of the charity.

Ms Kim Lang Khalil, CEO at HCSA Community Services briefed us the main programmes which include HCSA Highpoint, HCSA Dayspring Residential Treatment Centre, HCSA Dayspring SPIN (Single parents INformed, INvolved, INcluded) and HCSA Academy.

The Academy offers a 6-week culinary course to equip ex-offenders with cooking skills and help them to secure full-time placements in F&B establishments. The goal is to reintegrate them back to society.

Next, Chef Wee Bin Khoo who eagerly introduces the 3-course lunch prepared by his students. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes which comprised of healthy ingredients, were surprisingly of high standards, pleasing to the eye and scrumptious.

Following lunch, IWC Singapore Central even choose this special occasion to induct a new member.

An appreciation sum of S$1010 contributed by members was presented to Chef Wee by President Jeanette Ong of IWC Singapore West.