Kokstad bikers go the ‘extra mile’

2016-07-15 06:00
RIGHT: Bikers pray before distributing winter warmth in identified areas.

RIGHT: Bikers pray before distributing winter warmth in identified areas.

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KOKSTAD bikers donated blankets to more than 350 people from Kokstad and Cedarville on Saturday.

Kokstad Crystal Kings Club chairperson, Kerwin Beeton, said 350 blankets and soup for all were given to needy families of Marikana and Cedarville.

“We worked with community members to identify people in need.
“Every year we give people blankets­ for winter.
“The programme was established years ago and people
appreciate what we do as

Club members met early at the Kokstad town hall nd held a prayer meeting before moving to identified areas.

The club received donations from business people, and club members also raised money to buy blankets.
Beeton said next year bikers will donate blankets to people of Mphela­ and other areas.

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