Thanks to the generousity of Datin Aseema and family, CHERISH outings to Bharat Tea Estate is a regular feature. The children get to enjoy the fresh air and beautiful surroundings. Trips always conclude with a “makan” session.
Perhaps due to the cooler climate in Cameron Highlands, steamboat dinners remain popular amongst locals and visitors alike. Mayflower restaurant invited the students to such a sumptuous dinner on the 13th March 2018. The committee thank them for their generousity.
Pizarella, a new shop in Tanah Rata , sponsored Pizza for the students of Cherish on the 25th January 2018. The students enjoyed themselves.
As a means of generating income as well as being part of vocational skills training, painting of bags were done with the help of teachers. This will be an ongoing exercise. We are very pleased with their efforts. Bags are usually sold at exhibitions. We will eventually made them available online.
Cooking lessons form part of our daily living activity skills training. These lessons are closely supervised and adjusted to the student’s capability and age. On the 18th January 2018, the students were taught on how to make sandwiches. Vishaka A/L Jivan preparing the sandwiches.. The finished product Lai Hooi Boor.. Izran Kamarudin hard at work….
On a bright and sunny morning the students trooped over to a nearby playground for some bocce practice.( Bocce is a game resembling lawn bowling and originates in Italy). On hand to guide them were our teachers and 3 French volunteers namely Thibault,Quentin and Phillippe.
Lions Club Hillview Cameron Highlands gave donations to Cherish when they visited on the 9th February 2018. They are regular donors to Cherish and the committee extend sincere thanks to them on behalf of Cherish.