Early Valentine’s for a good cause

2018-02-22 06:00
PHOTOS: Precious GumedeStewart and Carol Booth of Southport having an early Valentines Day in support of South Coast Hospice.

PHOTOS: Precious GumedeStewart and Carol Booth of Southport having an early Valentines Day in support of South Coast Hospice.

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COUPLES and friends of hospice gathered at the annual Hospice Valentine’s brunch held at St Michaels Hotel on Saturday.

All attending arrived in red and white attire in support of the month of love and South Coast Hospice’s cancer patients.

CEO Diane Van Dyk encouraged members of the community to show their support to Comrades Marathon runners from all over the world later this year by making butterfly-themed blessing or prayer flags of encouragement, which will be on display at the Hospice South Africa refreshment stand, just after halfway at Drummond.

Van Dyk and hospice fundraiser B.T. King will be at Shelly Centre on Saturday and the Comrades bangles and blessing and prayer flags will be on show. Van Dyk said to be part of the initiative, phone 039 682 3031 or e-mail diane@schospice.co.za

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