Drumbeat treat for HACTand#039;s managers

2015-07-14 06:00
HACT Managers enjoying their day.
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HACT Managers enjoying their day. Photo: supplied

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THE 10 managers at the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust were treated to a fully sponsored mid-year management de-stress lunch at Talloula restaurant in Botha’s Hill recently.

This included a fully sponsored lunch and gift certificates for each of the managers – women received a manicure voucher from The Bird House and the men received a massage voucher from Cherish. Jonathan from African Drum Shack came through and sponsored a one hour group drumming session on djembe drums.

Glynnis Dirksen, the owner of Talloula, said: “Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust does such amazing work and we thought this was a little something we could do for our contribution to Mandela Day. We just wanted to spoil the team a little bit and allow a space for them to relax and spend time together out of the busy work environment.”

Olivia Myeza from HACT: “Talloula have been absolutely amazing to give us this opportunity to have a mid-year de-stress event. They hosted us with a beautiful table spread, gorgeous hand-picked flowers, and provided us with the tastiest lunch ever. Drum Shack were also incredible and came through to allow us an hour of drumming – a great stress reliever and team builder. We are so grateful to Talloula, Drum Shack, The Bird House and Cherish for their generosity. We are refreshed and rejuvenated and ready for the second half of the year.”

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