Tongaat hosts children’s programme

2016-12-01 06:00
Photo: supplied Mediclinic Victoria staff with some of the children and their goodie bags.

Photo: supplied Mediclinic Victoria staff with some of the children and their goodie bags.

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THE Tongaat Child and Family Welfare Society and Mediclinic Victoria paediatric ward hosted their annual child programme celebration on 26 November at the Outspan grounds.

More than 420 Tongaat children were invited were treated to breakfast, lunch and gifts.

They also had tons of fun on the jumping castles and were entertained by cartoon characters as well as the Hambanathi Acapella and Burbreeze Dance groups.

Reaction Unit South Africa was also at the venue for safety purposes.

Child welfare thanked all their sponsors for their contribution towards making the event a success.

Paediatric unit manager Linda Nair thanked those who gave towards the party.

“The children were very grateful for all they received. Thank you once again for all your support.

“I also thank my staff and the hospital for their support.” - Supplied.

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