TWC raises R10 000 for DUCT

2017-02-08 06:01
Les Willow’s challenged The Wykeham Collegiate family to raise R10 000 for the Duzi-uMngeni Conservation Trust (DUCT). As an incentive, the TWC lady  principal, Sue Tasker, agreed to paddle with Willow in a K2 at the Dash and Crash canoe race on Saturday, 28 January. The target was reached, and as a result Tasker joined Willows as they negotiated all the race obstacles including the Ernie Pearce weir and the Commercial Road weir. The funds will be put to good use by DUCT, who look after the environmental health of the uMsunduzi and uMngeni Rivers. In action is Sue Tasker (left) and Les in their K2.PHOTO: supplied

Les Willow’s challenged The Wykeham Collegiate family to raise R10 000 for the Duzi-uMngeni Conservation Trust (DUCT). As an incentive, the TWC lady principal, Sue Tasker, agreed to paddle with Willow in a K2 at the Dash and Crash canoe race on Saturday, 28 January. The target was reached, and as a result Tasker joined Willows as they negotiated all the race obstacles including the Ernie Pearce weir and the Commercial Road weir. The funds will be put to good use by DUCT, who look after the environmental health of the uMsunduzi and uMngeni Rivers. In action is Sue Tasker (left) and Les in their K2.PHOTO: supplied

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