Early Act Club spreads cheer

2016-12-08 06:01
 Photo: supplied Members of the Early Act Club at the home.

Photo: supplied Members of the Early Act Club at the home.

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THE Early Act Club at Acacia Primary spread Christmas cheer to the Ramakrishna Mzamo Home for children with cerebral palsy in Trenance Park recently. The pupils went the extra mile to embark on their last project for the year and obtained sponsorships and provided bath towels, toiletries, cereals, juices, cakes and also set up a Christmas tree to bring smiles to the children.

The members also enjoyed interacting by assisting them to eat and play. The feeling was overwhelming as most members had their first experience with disabled children. Mrs K. Persad (co-ordinator) expressed her gratitude to Ms Doris (social worker) for allowing the members this great experience. - Supplied.

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