Local family hosts lunch

2016-03-22 06:00
The seniors waiting to be served. PHOTOS: Samantha LEe

The seniors waiting to be served. PHOTOS: Samantha LEe

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A local Beacon Valley man and his family have opened their hearts, and pockets, to seniors again.

Cedric “Motor” Cupido and his wife Bonny have been hosting a lunch for residents of the Beaconvale Frail Care Centre for the past decade.

The family hosted the annual lunch last Wednesday.

The family also live in Beacon Valley. The centre was chosen as it is close to where they live. The Cupidos says the lunch is sponsored out of their own pockets.

The senior residents were served chicken, meatballs, pies, samoosas, salads, viennas, cake boxes and fruit packs.

V Anyone who would like to get involved in the initiative can call Cedric Cupido on 073 772 2533.

The group responsible for the special lunch for residents of the Beaconvale Frail Care Centre. 

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