Happy holidays

Enjoying the festivities in Verulam (from left) Jennifer Govindarajoo, Mary Ramsundar, Vasanthie Naicker and Rajes Pillay.  Photo: andile sithole
Enjoying the festivities in Verulam (from left) Jennifer Govindarajoo, Mary Ramsundar, Vasanthie Naicker and Rajes Pillay. Photo: andile sithole

MEMBERS of the Harvest Hands of Compassion and the Verulam Ministries Forum under the leadership of Pastor Andrew Padia and Gopal Naicker joined the management and staff of the Coastal Weekly to wish all a merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

The Weekly thanks all our loyal clients and readers for their support this year and we look forward to another great year of being your community newspaper of choice. Happy holidays to all celebrating and stay safe.

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