Dawncrest association to host fun day

2016-11-24 06:01

IN a society fragmented by political, religious, sociological and financial challenges, it is becoming increasingly difficult to meet with friends and family to celebrate triumphs and seek solutions to these very challenges that hamper our existence.

It is for this reason that the Dawncrest Civic Association (DCA) has decided to provide a platform for social cohesion via its annual Family Fun Day at the Crest (the area opposite the postboxes in Dawncrest) on Saturday 10 December from 4pm to 10pm.

The DCA is hoping to bridge the divide of boundaries and time and galvanise the society of Verulam towards a safer, more interactive society reminiscent of the societies of yore.

People are encouraged to bring their braai stands and/or picnic baskets and chairs and enjoy an afternoon of live music, karaoke and sporting activities.

Different genres of music played by the anchor group Solitaire and soloist Sanjay will feature songs from the 1960s to present day.

Patrons can be rest assured that their safety will not be compromised as Royal alarms, the local service provider, will be in attendance.

The DCA has always sought to empower residents therefore they are appealing to local entrepreneurs to use this forum to advertise their businesses by setting up a stall.

No fee will be levied, however, each stallholder is advised to bring along their own gazebo and table.

Budding musicians who wish to perform are also requested to use this platform to their advantage.

For further details, contact co-ordinator S. Chetty on 073 890 0599 or the chairperson Nova Chetty on 083 367 2559. - Supplied.

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