Lekker ‘Hotnite’ met DJ Simons

2016-02-18 06:00

Jubilee Park Primêr hou sy jaarlikse Hotnite op Saterdag, 5 Maart by die skool. Vanjaar sal die gewilde musiekmaker Les Simons as platejoggie optree.

Soos gewoonlik sal die tafels gepak wees met allerlei lekker eetgoed soos pasteie, samoosas, kerrie-en-rys, braaivleis, vetkoek en vele ander lekkernye. Bestellings kan reeds geplaas word en koepons is by die skool beskikbaar. Verkope begin om 10:00 en die fondsinsameling behoort teen 14:00 afgehandel te wees. Ouers en vriende van die skool word uitgenooi om die oggend by te woon.

  • Vir meer inligting bel die skool by 041 988 3131.

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