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Eunos Private Estate residents do their part for Eunos Heights Low-Income Families

Over the past month, volunteers of Eunos Neighbourhood Committee (the committee that serves of Eunos Mansion and Private Estate residents) went house to house to get residents to contribute food items to donate and share with the low-income families of Eunos Heights.

On 24 November 2013, Eunos Zone ‘3’ RC and Eunos NC volunteers gathered to pack about 30 sets of food and necessity items. Eunos Grassroots Adviser Mr Zainul Abidin Rasheed also joined the team in visiting the residents and handing them the goodie bags.

Project Sunshine @ Eunos



Join us as a volunteer! Email eunoszone3@gmail.com


Masak Masak @ Eunos Heights Culinary Exhibition

Eunos Heights residents were treated to a culinary display by fellow neighbours who demonstrated how to cook Nasi Kerabu (Kelantan dish), Steamed Dumpling (China dish), Mee Soto (Singapore style) and Assam Fish (Singapore style) on 17 November 2013.

The event is jointly organised by Eunos Zone ‘3’ Residents’ Committee, with support from Eunos Integration and Naturalisation Champion (INC).

Demo of Mee Soto Cooking

Learning how to make Steamed Dumplings

RC members with Steamed Dumpling and Nasi Kerabu

After Masak, we Makan


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