Media Advisory Community Countdown Parties 2013.pdf

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The Sengkang West “SHOUT” 2013 Countdown Celebration
organised by Sengkang West GROs, promises to be another exciting event
with a spectacular 5-minute pyrotechnics display, local professional and
amateurs cosplayers will attempt to create the first Singapore of Records for
the largest Cosplay Gathering, a special “Red Carpet style” mini catwalk and
fashion parade, “Best Shot of the Night” photography competition, various
performances by Cosplayers, local cultural groups and popular artistes that
promotes interaction among participants young and old.
Bedok residents will be organising its inaugural heartlands countdown
– Bedok Countdown 2013 – Together We Celebrate ‘Countdown 2013’ to
come together to celebrate the joyous event. Residents can pen their New
Year resolutions and wishes on the wishing cards on their Bedok Wishing Tree
in their neighbourhood. Through the “Sponsor a Wish” initiative, organisers
have seen residents coming together to sponsor a wish for 50 selected
ComCare recipients in Bedok with financial difficulties, as their part in
contributing giving back to society. There will be fireworks to welcome the New
More information on the Community Countdown Parties is at Annexes
A and B. Details can also be found at and Your journalist and
photographer are cordially invited to the parties.
Date of Issue


19 December 2012

Contact person/s


Adlina Jaffar (Ms)
Head (Publicity)
DID: 63405430
HP: 98233825

Issued by


Corporate and Marketing Communications Division
People’s Association
Tel: 6340 5430/454/432/231

About People’s Association
The People’s Association (PA) was established on 1 July 1960 to promote racial harmony and social cohesion in
Singapore. Our mission is to build and bridge communities in achieving one people, one Singapore.
PA offers a wide range of programmes to cater to Singaporeans from all walks of life - connecting people to
people, and people and government. We do this through our network of 1,800 grassroots organisations (GROs),
over 100 Community Clubs, five Community Development Councils, the National Youth Council, National