Learners step up to feed kids

2017-09-05 06:00
Gabriel Smith, Lunikha du Plessis, Jade-Lee van Huyssteen, Tracey Kanhanda and Bethy Kassongo.

Gabriel Smith, Lunikha du Plessis, Jade-Lee van Huyssteen, Tracey Kanhanda and Bethy Kassongo.

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Kronendal Primary School in Hout Bay held an annual charity walk on Thursday 24 August.

All learners were encouraged to enter and raise money for the Peninsula School Feeding Association, which feeds thousands of hungry schoolchildren around the peninsula every day.

The school is grateful to the learners and their families who participated and showed their support. By getting some sunshine, fresh air and exercise and having fun with their friends, they will feed a hungry child.

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