Thursday, July 17, 2008

dancing queen and charity

If you have no plans for tomorrow night, put on your dancing shoes and come to the Palliative Care Association Annual Charity Dinner & Show at the Grand Ballroom, The Magellan Sutera.

The dinner and show aims to collect funds to run the PCA House, a centre for the development and delivery of palliative care.

With 70 volunteers and 3 full time nurse coordinators, an administrative assistant, and a part time staff, they provide home care for 40-50 patients at a time within a 30-km radius. They also run a weekly day care facility.

The objectives of the day care centre are to provide stimulation and enjoyment through activities which focus on individual needs and choices, respite care for carers, opportunities for patients to interact with other patients and volunteers, and to provide psycho-social support and alleviate feelings of isolation.

All services provided by the Palliative Care Association are free.

Performing at the event is ABBAration, a high energy ABBA show with a 70’s disco attitude. They will perform great hits from the Swedish super-group mixed with a selection of the hottest disco tracks from the 70’s. ABBAration will take the audiences on a wild ride back to the party decade.

The music of ABBA lives on and among the fantastic songs that can be heard in the ABBAration show at this charity dinner are Dancing Queen, Take a Chance, Super Trouper and Waterloo.

This morning, ABBAration visited the PCA House and entertained the patients with 4 songs; Honey Honey, Dancing Queen, Thank You For The Music and I Have A Dream. It was fun.

For tickets, kindly call Sutera Harbour Resort at 088-303001, or PCA at (088) 231 505 / 016 8411499 (Emily Koh) or 019 8626838 (Liza Lee).


Congratulations Tara & Jefson on your new baby boy.
Baby Tristan Jacob Jefson, welcome!

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