Fund-raiser in aid of Blind & Deaf Society

2016-08-09 06:00
Taking part in the morning (from left) Keri Curtin (The Firm Hillcrest), Michelle Seppings (Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy) Amanda Schamrel, Debbie Cameron and Lynne Fairclough (Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy). Photo: supplied

Taking part in the morning (from left) Keri Curtin (The Firm Hillcrest), Michelle Seppings (Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy) Amanda Schamrel, Debbie Cameron and Lynne Fairclough (Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy). Photo: supplied

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DEBBIE Cameron Physiotherapy and the KZN Blind & Deaf Society are hosting a morning of parenting advice, entertainment and prizes in aid of the Talk Sign campaign.

The event is on Saturday, 13 August from 10.30am to 12pm at Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy, Centenary Medical Centre, 55 Old Main Road, Hillcrest.

Dr Bianca Birdsey from Thrive Parenting will present and SA’s Got Talent winner, Darren Rajbal, will entertain. The accreditation of the Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy will be announced with the 2016 pilates winner.

Raffle tickets will be sold for R20 each in the lead-up to event, as well as on the day. The main prize, sponsored by The Firm Hillcrest, which is worth R3 280.
Lash Illusions, Cabello Hair Salon, Caylee Hodson Body & Skin, Falon Jayne Body & Skin, Liz Dzyubinskaya Polished 031 and Jamie Howell Therapy, hypnotherapist and therapeutic counsellor, also contributed to the prizes. The Wandering Bean Coffee will be selling cappuccinos.

The event is free, but proceeds from the raffle and Talk Sign stickers will be donated to the KZN Blind & Deaf Society to help with the education and job placement of people who are deaf and/or hard of hearing.

To book, contact Michelle Seppings on 031 765 8898.

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