Sing Fai Sports Club recently announced the upcoming 16th All Community Games, a vibrant multi-event sports competition designed to engage individuals of all ages.
The opening ceremony will take place on June 10 at 9 a.m. at the Bill Crothers Secondary School in Markham.
“We are thrilled to be hosting the 16th All Community Games, and with the theme of ‘a spirit of unity diversity in action,’ we will bring our community together and enjoy the competition, and welcome everyone to join our opening ceremony on June 10 which is free admission,” said Joseph Fong, the event organizer of Sing Fai Sports Club.
The All Community Games, known for their inclusive nature and commitment to fostering community spirit, will feature various exciting sporting events spanning multiple disciplines. Participants can showcase their skills, compete in a friendly atmosphere, and forge lasting connections with fellow athletes from diverse backgrounds.
“I firmly believe that events like the All Community Games is important for our community. Participating in these games allows individuals of all ages to learn from each other and build friendships that can bring a positive vibe to our community,” said Regional Councillor Alan Ho, the honorary advisor of the All Community Games.
Participants will have the chance to challenge themselves in various sports competitions, including below: badminton and soccer at Bill Crothers Secondary School (June 10), Fencing at Toronto Fencing Club (June 11), 10-pin bowling at Classic Bowl (June 17), volleyball at Thornlea Secondary School (June 22), and swimming at Toronto Pan Am Centre (July 23).
Sing Fai Sports Club welcomes all community members interested in participating in the 16th All Community Games. To register, visit http://acgames.ca or contact [email protected].
Established in 2005, All Community Games’ (formerly Asian Community Games) mission is to unite all communities through several days of friendly athletic competition. The goal is to facilitate a better understanding through interaction with each other. Since its inception, the organizers have been deeply encouraged by the responses and input of many communities. The Asian Community Games was opened to all Canadians of different age groups and ethnic communities. In 2017, to reflect the participation of all ethnic communities, the Asian Community Games was officially renamed to All Community Games.
Photo (event committee member L-R): Robin Choy, Dr. Jason Kwok, Peter Lau, Clement Cheng, Joseph Fong, Alan Ho, Damjanovic Bogdan, Mary Leung.