Music evening leads to Wales

2017-03-22 06:03

SISTERS Chantal and Monique Jonker are members of the KZN Midlands Youth Choir and Chantal, who has been with the choir for three years, is its deputy head girl.
Those who attended the concert last Thursday night at Wembley appreciated the high standard of the choir, which achieved national and international recognition.

To raise funds for the sisters to travel to Wales, a music evening, with Chantal and Monique singing, is to be held on Saturday 25 March at the Beehive.
Guests should take a picnic basket, but the R100 ticket includes cheese and biscuits and one glass of wine - the Beehive cash bar will be open.

There is a R50 ticket cost for children.

To book tickets by 22 March, phone Ankia Jonker on 082 875 4727.

Eighteen-year-old Chantal is in matric at Hermannsburg School and 14-year-old Monique is in Grade 3 at Wembley College.

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