21st Founder’s Day CELEBRATED at Creston College

2016-07-28 06:00
PHOTOS: precious Gumede Creston College Principal Noel Coetzee (left) with guest speaker Pastor Trevor Downham.

PHOTOS: precious Gumede Creston College Principal Noel Coetzee (left) with guest speaker Pastor Trevor Downham.

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ANOTHER year of existence and excellence has been added to Creston College’s history book as they celebrated their 21st birthday.

Parents and the media were part of the celebrations and in opening gave them a glimpse of a scene from the play Three Musketeers, which will be presented by college phase cast members from 13 August.

Executive headmaster, Noel Coetzee welcomed pupils and guests and thanked them for being part of the celebrations.

Coetzee thanked the forefathers of the school who implemented the school 21 years ago.

The junior phase choir entertained with a song I am the Earth.

Head boy Reece Harrison, read Psalms 147 to introduce the first guest speaker - Pastor Chad Broome.

“Today is a day of praise to the college founders, and one should not forget that it was God who gave them the idea to start the school and He also deserves praise,” said Broome.

The senior phase choir then sang Something Inside So Strong. calling up on stage
Guest speaker, Pastor Trevor Downham of Norwegian Settlers Church in Izotsha, spoke about the changes at the school since it first opened.

“If we look back we are joyful about how the school has grown in the 21 years,” said Downham.

He said the founders made a lot of sacrifices in order for it to be where it is today.

“The founders spent a lot of time and money to ensure the existence of the school so that all of you here today can be here,” he said.

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