Men spoil women at welfare fund-raiser

2016-08-11 06:00
PHOTO: supplied The ladies at the fund-raiser.

PHOTO: supplied The ladies at the fund-raiser.

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THE Shelly Full Gospel Church hosted a fund-raiser for Child Welfare Port Shepstone on Saturday­ to support the valuable work done by the organisation.

Visitors were entertained in song, worship dance by the Baruch Dance Group from the church, dance and a modelling show.

Lucky draw prizes were also handed out.

The guest speaker, Dr Grace Effanga, encouraged women to live Godly lives in all areas including body, soul and spirit.

“She emphasised we should be women of worth in our everyday lives and our inner beauty will show in our outward appearance.

“The men of the church outdid themselves, by cooking, serving the ladies and cleaning up afterwards,” said Sagree Naicker, manager for Child Welfare Port Shepstone.

“They certainly showed us that the
kitchen is not a place for women only. Child Welfare Port Shepstone thanks the church for adopting us as the annual recipient of the fund-raiser,” she said.

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