Women treated to a special celebration

2019-08-27 06:00
About 300 women were spoilt at the Women’s Day celebrations on Friday 9 August.

About 300 women were spoilt at the Women’s Day celebrations on Friday 9 August.

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Where Rainbows Meet Training and Development Foundation celebrated Women’s Day in style, showcasing the talents of women in the community.

The foundation held its annual Women’s Day event on Friday 9 August at Capricorn Primary School.

Project manager for the foundation Kyle Cupido explains: “There was a buzz running up to the event.

“Everyone at our organisation couldn’t wait to entertain and encourage the guests on the day!”

He says the event, which started at 11:00 and ran to 17:00, was chock-a-block with inspirational talks and dance performances by people from across the city X all eager to share their talents with others.

“Even the women from our sewing and beading centre, who have been preparing for many weeks, did their best dance performance yet,” he says.

Guest speakers at the event included representatives from Muizenberg police station, the department of social development and other organisations in the area, as well as community leaders.

“This year the foundation hosted more than 300 women at the event. They were treated to many wonderful treats and gifts. The day was a celebration of what every woman deserves daily.”

Cupido, the foundation and those involved were glad of the opportunity to spoil these very deserving women and to allow them the chance to relax, “which is something most of them haven’t experienced before,” he says.

“A big thank you to everyone who supported this event and to those who were part of this memorable occasion,” says Cupido.

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