What You Missed at Carnival In The Hood 2019

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HomeTeamNS members got active at our first sports-themed carnival.

Blindfold soccer, a water obstacle course and pedal go-karting – these were among the fun activities that got attendees’ hearts racing at the sports-themed Carnival in the Hood.

Held in March in conjunction with MSD’s Darts Challenge, the carnival drew a crowd of 750 people at HomeTeamNS-JOM Balestier. Young festival-goers were delighted by a live caricature-drawing session, as well as popular character Baby Shark, who made a guest appearance.

Also captivating the audience were masterful displays of various martial arts disciplines such as taekwondo and aikido.

Attendees got to take part in a lucky draw, with the top prize valued at $200.

On the same day, the Most Supportive Division (MSD) Darts Challenge also went on at Wiser Sports Bar at the clubhouse. Find out who emerged champion here.


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