I am kind of back to Leo Club activities after being hiatus for many many months because of very stressful SPM examination. Although I’ve been retired from the post of First Vice President of the club, yet I still enjoy their activities and outings.
Boon Yan, the co-organizer.
I was in the Leo Club of Chung Ling High School, my name is still in their name list and I will be moving to a new Leo Club which is for those above 18 years old. Anyhow, I still like my old Leo Club of Chung Ling High School, all of the juniors are friendly and funny.
Me with the Japanese Youth Exchange student and Chien Ming.
Talking back about the recent activity that happened on the Christmas week, the Leo Clubs organized a Christmas visit to an old folks home far away in Relau, the name is Rumah Charis.
I went there once early last last year but that time was on a chartered bus and this time I was on my own. I tried to Google Maps the place but I can’t find it. So with a little image left in my mind, I tried to feel my way around when I am at Relau. It’s actually not very hard to go afterall and the Google Maps need to be updated.
We have got our in-house santa class and santa girl with us that day, they gave out little kids to the elderly and keep saying “Hohoho, Merry Christmas”, that’s the only thing they said.
We also have our in-house beatboxer, Wallace who is only 17 years old and can beatbox like pro. Very cool.
We sang Christmas song, prepared some food for their tea time and had some entertaining games for them. The games were like mini bowling with bottles and a ball and puzzle games.
Wan Pei’s cool poses.
Washing the plates.
I wonder did our visit does good for them or not. They are probably been dumped by their family at there, looking at their face, it looked like they have not been visited by people for a long time too. Our visit may made them miss home. Hope they had fun. =D