Calendar, something to ‘crow’ about

Photo: supplied With the wall and desk calendars (from left) Johan Steyn from Compass Medical Waste Services, Ashley Moloney from Nashua and Jarryd Kalideen from Compass.
Photo: supplied With the wall and desk calendars (from left) Johan Steyn from Compass Medical Waste Services, Ashley Moloney from Nashua and Jarryd Kalideen from Compass.

THE 2016 Contrasts of Africa calendar is produced by the voluntary organisation, Under An African Sky, a Compass Medical Waste Services initiative, and features stunning black and white photographs of South Africa’s treasured wildlife.
All proceeds from the calendar sales goes to Crow to assist with the rescue, rehabilitation and release of orphaned and injured wildlife.

Johan Steyn from Compass says it is the perfect Christmas gift as not only is it beautiful, it celebrates South Africa’s wildlife and supports a worthy cause at the same time.

The A2 wall calendar is printed in matt on high quality paper, is presented in a striking gift box and retails for R170, excluding postage. Each image has been bordered and is logo-free so it can be framed after use. A CD size desk calendar is also available, featuring the same photos, and costs R50.
There is an option available to feature your company’s logo on this desk calendar and it, in turn, makes the perfect end-of-year, corporate gift.
To order, visit www.underanafricansky.co.za email orders@underanafricansky.co.za or phone 031 267 9700 and ask to be put through to Under An African Sky.

The calendar is also available at Debbie Cameron Physiotherapy in Hillcrest, Creative Bathrooms in Gillitts, Waterfall Veterinary Clinic, Gillitts Veterinary Hospital in Old Main Road Hillcrest, Everton Veterinary Clinic in Gillitts, Phezulu Safari Park in Botha’s Hill, The Puzzle Place in Botha’s Hill, The Village News Agency in Kloof, Manors Vet in Pinetown, Rosamunds Florist in Westville, Westville Veterinary Hospital, Westville Kwikspar, Compass Medical Waste Services in Westville, Crow in Yellowwood Park, Fields of Flowers in Umhlanga, The Book Boutique in Amanzimtoti and Northdene Veterinary Clinic in Northdene.

Caption: Johan Steyn from Compass Medical Waste Services, Ashley Moloney from Nashua and Jarryd Kalideen from Compass encourage businesses and individuals to purchase the Under an African Sky wall and desk calendar for friends, family and colleagues this Christmas.
- Supplied.


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