UBUHLEBOMVOTI Special School pupils enjoyed a fun-filled animal farm outing thanks to the generosity of Joan and Tony Dutton of Came Farm on November 22. The children were even driven in the Dutton’s Toyota Fortuner and were received with warmth, love and home-made cakes at the Dutton’s farm. They got to see a cow with a day old calf, sheep, goats, calves, horses, watched cows being milked, and they seemed to truly enjoy holding day-old baby chicks. The day ended with delicious wors rolls and juice. Umvoti Aids Centre is humbled by the kindness and generosity of the Duttons as founders and board members of the centre and their long standing support, hard work, and efforts in the success the centre has achieved thus far.“It was a privilege to entertain these children, and share their joy, their excitement as they learned about the origins of milk and other simple wonders of nature.“We hope that this will be the first of many ‘Came days’ for the children at the school, and that the community will give the new school their full support. “As we approach the festive season, the visit was a timely reminder that there are many of Gods people who are less fortunate than ourselves,” said Joan and Tony Dutton.