Pupil wins 30-second trolley dash for her class

2016-10-27 06:00
PHOTO: Harbour view Super spar The winning drawing by Grade 1 pupil, Zanokuhle Nhlumayo of Port Shepstone Junior Primary School.

PHOTO: Harbour view Super spar The winning drawing by Grade 1 pupil, Zanokuhle Nhlumayo of Port Shepstone Junior Primary School.

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PUPILS from various schools took part in the Harbour View Super Spar trolley dash drawing competition, which started on 25 October running until 3 November, as part of the outlet’s 10th anniversary.

Owner Graeme Milligan said three local schools were chosen to be part of the competition - Suid-Natal Primêre Skool, Port Shepstone Junior Primary School and Lillyput Play School.

“The pupils were given a challenge to draw a picture that describes Harbour View Super Spar. I just wanted to get their perspective of our store. The pupil with the best drawing wins a 30-second trolley dash in the sweets aisle towards a class party,” said Milligan.

The trolley dash for the first school took place yesterday and the other two will be today and Friday at 10am.

Port Shepstone Junior Primary, Grade 1 pupil, Zanokuhle Nhlumayo (7), from Mrs Gail Simes’s class won the trolley dash for her class.

Milligan said Zanokuhle’s drawing stood out for him as she showed a lot of emotion in her drawing, with her family doing groceries.

“Her picture was more personal showing the way she views Harbour View Super Spar,” he said.

Zanokuhle was overwhelmed and she ran through the aisle excitedly picking items to fill her trolley and with the help of her teacher, she got quite a few items to enjoy with her classmates.

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