Kids kept active

2018-07-17 06:00
Children enjoyed the dark dance floor and bright disco lights.PHOTOS: Samantha Lee

Children enjoyed the dark dance floor and bright disco lights.PHOTOS: Samantha Lee

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Staff at the Strandfontein Community Hall ensured children were kept safe and entertained for the last three weeks of the school holidays, with the programme ending on Thursday last week.

With fun projects, including papier-mâché and life skills lessons, the school holiday programme averaged between 50 and 100 children per day.

The project was made possible by the City of Cape Town and was facilitated by Expanded Public Works team leaders at the hall.

The festivities ended on a high, with children receiving certificates of merit, highlighting their best qualities.

The certificate ceremony was followed by a disco-themed dance party on Thursday.


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