Glenhaven tops Billy Nair Circuit Line dance festival

2017-06-01 06:02
Photo: suppliedPupils from Glenhaven Secondary with their certificates.

Photo: suppliedPupils from Glenhaven Secondary with their certificates.

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GLENHAVEN Secondary School finished first in the inaugural Line Dance Festival which was held at the Indoor Sports Centre in Tongaat over the past weekend.

Glenhaven topped the entire Billy Nair circuit and will now represent the circuit in the CMC competition which takes place later in the year.
KZN Line Dance Association which is a member of the South African Line Dance Association (SALDA) organised the event within the Billy Nair circuit and expressed their delight at the high level of competition, enthusiasm and talent among the pupils. 

SALDA expressed their thanks and appreciation to both Mr SA Chetty, SEM for the Billy Nair Circuit and to Guru Ramcharan chairperson of Tonver for their encouragement and willingness to allow line dancing to become part of the extracurricular activities of the circuit.

Chief Education Superintendant of the Mafukuzela Gandhi circuit Mr SSS Lushozi congratulated Glenhaven Secondary on their victory in his address at their Africa Day celebrations which took place on Tuesday, May 23 at the school.

 

 

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