Proudly parading

2017-05-03 06:01
The Daniëlskuil Field Band paraded through the streets of the town on Saturday, 22 April.

The Daniëlskuil Field Band paraded through the streets of the town on Saturday, 22 April.

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Members of the community were dancing and chanting as they moved through the streets of Daniëlskuil on Saturday, 22 April.

They were all moving towards the Daniëlskuil Intermediate School in support of their local Field Band.

This local band was accompanied by the Kathu Field Band who arrived in the morning to support them.

While parading through the streets, members of the South African Police Service and the traffic department assisted with traffic control to ensure safety at the venue.

Once at the venue, the field band management and project partners addressed the audience.

Wilna Gilbert-Cloete, human resources manager at the PPC Lime Acres Mine, pledged her continuing support towards the field band project.

Gilberg-Cloete highlighted the positive role that the field band plays in the community.

Benjamin Kolberg of the Jasper Power Project also shared his excitement about their company partnering with such an important organisation.

Pledging equal support from his company, he expressed his belief that the work the field band is doing for the community is important.

Nox Muimisi of the Petra Diamond Finsch Mine was also impressed by the turn-out of the community and the support they were giving to their children to be part of the project.

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