VLV takes agriculture to St James

2019-09-12 06:00
Women from the agricultural women’s association, VLV Despatch, visited St James Secondary School as part of their agricultural projects. At the school’s counselling centre the women created a rocky garden consisting of succulents, including the indigenous Spekboom. Its life giving force was emphasized and girls attention was drawn to its symbolic value of turning a challenge (carbon dioxide) into victory (oxygen). Seen above are VLV members Christie Leigh, Moya Britz (St James social worker), Juby Bubb-Vermaak, Suzette Schoeman and Moniques Buchner with two learners.            Photo:SUPPLIED

Women from the agricultural women’s association, VLV Despatch, visited St James Secondary School as part of their agricultural projects. At the school’s counselling centre the women created a rocky garden consisting of succulents, including the indigenous Spekboom. Its life giving force was emphasized and girls attention was drawn to its symbolic value of turning a challenge (carbon dioxide) into victory (oxygen). Seen above are VLV members Christie Leigh, Moya Britz (St James social worker), Juby Bubb-Vermaak, Suzette Schoeman and Moniques Buchner with two learners. Photo:SUPPLIED

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