NUS Toddycats @ Ubin Day 2015!

Hi everyone!

Pesta Ubin is here again!

Come join us in sharing the Ubin Way on Ubin Day with members of the public!

Our presence will be felt through the . They are:
(1) International Coastal Cleanup (i/c: ICCS Intern Rebecca Lee) (See https://coastalcleanup.wordpress.com)
(2) Palm civet awareness (i/c: Xu Weiting, Fung Tze Kwan) (See http://blog.nus.edu.sg/singaporecivet/, http://projectluwaksg.wordpress.com/)
(3) Pedal Ubin (i/c: Joelle Lai)

The two booths will be present on Saturday and Sunday (7:30 AM to 5:30 PM), and we will offer Pedal Ubin on Sunday only (8 AM to 12 noon).

Manpower:
For awareness booths: we need four persons per three hour shifts to man the booths (located at the basketball court outside HSBC Volunteer hub).

For Pedal Ubin: We need four to eight cycling guides (don't worry if you have no experience -- we will conduct recce and training two weeks before - also, do help if you can be the last man and are a certified first aider). See what we were up to last year here (https://toddycats.wordpress.com/2014/12/19/pedal-ubin-on-ubin-day-30-november-2014/)

Booth contents:
Palm civet awareness: Introduce the biology of some terrestrial animals through specimens and games
ICCS booth: Introduce local marine biodiversity, the threat of marine trash, and solutions in the course of sustainability.

Scope and Tasks (for Palm civet and ICCS booths):
(1) Specimen guiding, generate awareness
(2) Facilitate interactive games

If you are interested to help out in any of the above, please sign up below!

Cheers,
Joelle Lai
Toddycats Coordinator
LKCNHM

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