Cordwalles artwork raises thousands

2017-10-11 06:00
Handing over the cheque (back,from left) Lance Veenstra (Cordwalles headmaster), Andrew Bone (founder of Forever Wild Foundation), Kerry Peckham (Cordwalles art teacher), and (front, from left) Wenzile Nzuza, Jason Peddie, Daniel Peckham, Chad Newman, Cameron Hankinson, Connor Maitland and Sachin Ramraj.PHOTO: supplied

Handing over the cheque (back,from left) Lance Veenstra (Cordwalles headmaster), Andrew Bone (founder of Forever Wild Foundation), Kerry Peckham (Cordwalles art teacher), and (front, from left) Wenzile Nzuza, Jason Peddie, Daniel Peckham, Chad Newman, Cameron Hankinson, Connor Maitland and Sachin Ramraj.PHOTO: supplied

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KERRY Peckham, Cordwalles Preparatory School art teacher, thanked the boys for giving of their artistic talent last term when as a class project, they painted 20 canvases, which were auctioned. These artworks raised R55 061 for the Forever Wild Foundation and will be used to buy a cheetah named “Cordies Hunter”. Andrew Bone, an internationally renowned artist, conservationist and founder of Forever Wild Foundation, thanked the boys for their tremendous commitment and passion in conserving the dwindling numbers of cheetah in the Umfolozi Game Reserve. - Supplied.

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