Hermannsburg Little Oaks’ Oracle

2019-03-13 06:00
Hermannsburg’s Little Oaks (from left) Ayathandwa Dzanibe, Zwelabantu Sekwaila, Othandweni Ngubane, Khazimla Tenza, Anathi Makhaye and Lubabalo Gasa entertained Rookmoney Puckree, Tanga Pillay, Rob Ritchie, John Sneyd, Jannie Ehlers, Averil van Rooyen, Phyllis Miller and Shirley Urquart at Arcadia Home for the Aged last week. photo: supplied

Hermannsburg’s Little Oaks (from left) Ayathandwa Dzanibe, Zwelabantu Sekwaila, Othandweni Ngubane, Khazimla Tenza, Anathi Makhaye and Lubabalo Gasa entertained Rookmoney Puckree, Tanga Pillay, Rob Ritchie, John Sneyd, Jannie Ehlers, Averil van Rooyen, Phyllis Miller and Shirley Urquart at Arcadia Home for the Aged last week. photo: supplied

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A CHORUS of old and new children’s songs may not be quite what you expect to hear while walking into Arcadia Home for the Aged, but our Little Oaks were there to lead the way last week. They had a great time singing and dancing for the elderly, and the pensioners and staff from Arcadia enjoyed their performances.

We engaged grandmothers and grandfathers, who clapped and sang with us and, for a little while, forgot that they were away from their own families.

This is our way of showing that we care — we want to stay connected, and we want to brighten up their day, even if we can’t do it every day. Before we said our good-byes, we let them know that we will be visiting again soon. — Supplied.

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