Fun-filled family day

2017-06-21 06:01

JYOTHI LALDAS

Jyothi.Laldas@media24.com


STANGER Youth Forum have planned a fun-filled family day programme on Friday, June 16 at the Stanger Manor Ground commencing at 9am.

The forum kicks off its programme with a 5km fun walk/run through the streets of Manor and Windy Heights before finishing at the ground.

Five well-stocked refreshment stations have been strategically placed throughout the 5km route ensuring runners and walkers are not dehydrated.

The fun run cost R10 per person (children and adults). Special commemorative medals will be awarded to all finishers.

Immediately after the fun run there will be a volleyball, soccer and netball tournament. Soccer will be five-a-side (comprising males only).

Volleyball must comprise of five males and one female with netball restricted to seven females.

Participation in the tournament is free. All matches will be played on a knockout basis with trophies awarded to the winners and medals to the runners-up.

There will be a mini-athletics meet catering for the young and old.

Events will include a 200m walking race and musical cushions for grandparents, 100m sprints for mothers and fathers, tyre races for the youth, blind search and balloon bursting for toddlers.

The highlight will be a tug-o-war comprising five males and two females per team. Medals will be awarded to the top three finishers in all the athletics events.

There will be live gospel music throughout the day with youth praise and worship teams given an opportunity to showcase their talent on the stage for a maximum of 15 minutes.

Guest artists include Jason D (fromPhoenix, who toured the United States of America) and guest speaker Derrick Fynn.

A special area has been dedicated to toddlers who will enjoy a bevy of rides and games throughout the day. Food stalls (including hot dogs, breyani, samoosas, roti rolls, burgers, bunny chows, cooldrinks, ice-cream, tea and coffee) will be in abundance ensuring you are not thirsty or hungry. Chairman of the Youth Forum, Pastor Clement Rajarathnam appealed to all churches to come together on Friday, June 16 to unite together in celebration of Youth Day.

Entry into the ground is free. Patrons are not allowed to carry alcohol, drugs or food into the ground.

Random searches will take place at the entrance and on the ground throughout the day.

For further information contact Pastor Clement Rajarathnam on 084 062 6200.

Stanger Youth Forum have planned a fun-filled family day programme on Friday, June 16 at the Stanger Manor Ground commencing at 9am.

The forum kicks off its programme with a 5km fun walk/run through the streets of Manor and Windy Heights before finishing at the ground.
Five well-stocked refreshment stations have been strategically placed throughout the 5km route ensuring runners and walkers are not dehydrated.
The fun run cost R10 per person (children and adults). Special commemorative medals will be awarded to all finishers.

Immediately after the fun run there will be a volleyball, soccer and netball tournament. Soccer will be five-a-side (comprising males only).
Volleyball must comprise of five males and one female with netball restricted to seven females.
Participation in the tournament is free. All matches will be played on a knockout basis with trophies awarded to the winners and medals to the runners-up.

There will be a mini-athletics meet catering for the young and old.
Events will include a 200m walking race and musical cushions for grandparents, 100m sprints for mothers and fathers, tyre races for the youth, blind search and balloon bursting for toddlers.
The highlight will be a tug-o-war comprising five males and two females per team.
Medals will be awarded to the top three finishers in all the athletics events.

There will be live gospel music throughout the day with youth praise and worship teams given an opportunity to showcase their talent on the stage for a maximum of 15 minutes.
Guest artists include Jason D (from Phoenix, who toured the United States of America) and guest speaker Derrick Fynn.

A special area has been dedicated to toddlers who will enjoy a bevy of rides and games throughout the day. Food stalls (including hot dogs, breyani, samoosas, roti rolls, burgers, bunny chows, cooldrinks, ice-cream, tea and coffee) will be in abundance ensuring you are not thirsty or hungry.

Chairman of the Youth Forum, Pastor Clement Rajarathnam appealed to all churches to come together on Friday, June 16 to unite together in celebration of Youth Day. 
Entry into the ground is free. Patrons are not allowed to carry alcohol, drugs or food into the ground. Random searches will take place at the entrance and on the ground throughout the day.

For further information contact Pastor Clement Rajarathnam on084 062 6200.  

 

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