Presentation of donation to PM Lee by Mr Seah Kian Peng, CEO of NTUC Fairprice
The annual PCF Family Day was held at the Singapore Zoo @Pavilion-by-the-Lake on 2nd September. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was the guest-of-honour at this event. He presented the PCF-Polytechnic Study Awards of S$2,000 each to 49 deserving Polytechnic students.
Every year PAP Ministers and MPs of the five districts take the lead to raise funds for the underprivileged and those with financial and special needs.
Let's Keep Fit - performance by PCF Chua Chu Kang Branch
Mr Sam Tan Chin Siong, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports and Mayor, Central Singapore District led the fundraising this year and his team's effort raised a total of more than S$660,000.
Chinese Fan dance - performance by PCF Punggol North Branch
The recipients of PCF Study Awards are selected based on their household income, good academic results and involvement in community services and/or CCA. The awards aim to ease their worries over tuition fees so that they can concentrate on their studies.
PM Lee being mobbed by the crowds!
Visitors to the Zoo were thrilled to see PM Lee and he was mobbed everywhere that he went! There were many requests for a photo with him and he did not disappoint.
PM Lee and some children feeding elephants Komali and Jati with fruits and carrots.
PM Lee stopping to have a photo with adorable orang utan Chomel and her babies Bino and Ishtar.
PM Lee and his colleagues watching the performances put up by children from the PCF kindergartens.
PM Lee sportingly doing the Marcarena dance.
Are PM and Minister Gan Kim Yong doing the Robot Dance?
Everyone having a fun time dancing at Pavilion-by-the-Lake. :)
Now they are finally moving to the beat! Minister Gan Kim Yong was challenging MP Seah Kian Peng to see who can dance better.
Minister Gan Kim Yong speaking to the recipients of PCF Study Awards 2012 at the reception held at Forest Lodge.
Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean also dropped in to have a chat with the recipients and their families after an event.
The PCF Family Day 2012 at the Singapore Zoo was attended by an estimated crowd of 10,000 people.