Hibiscus Helping Hands treats children

2016-03-31 06:00
Hibiscus Helping Hands, Gymbo Kids, Musical Rascals and Port Shepstone Child Welfare enjoy a day at the park with the children. PHOTO: precious Gumede

Hibiscus Helping Hands, Gymbo Kids, Musical Rascals and Port Shepstone Child Welfare enjoy a day at the park with the children. PHOTO: precious Gumede

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CHILDREN from Port Shepstone Child Welfare from various areas were treated on Saturday­ to an outing to the park, organised by Hibiscus Helping Hands.

The day began with Caring Saints singing with the children. Gymbo Kidz ensured the children got their fair amount of exercise through fun and play, and Mr Easter Bunny made a guest appearance and stole the hearts of the children.

Musical Rascals helped the children learn a few beats on the drum, putting additional smiles on their faces.

Hibiscus Helping Hands ensured the children had their dose of sugar (sweets and Easter eggs) for that extra energy for their active­ day.

“This day will never be forgotten by the children as most never seem to have an opportunity­ like this afforded to them,” said Sagree Naicker of Child Welfare.

Naicker thanked sponsors who made the day possible.

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