St Francis needs votes to win Town of the Year

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The Greater St Francis Bay is in the running for the coveted kykNET Kwêla Town of the Year title for 2021 – after being named one of the three semi-finalists in the Eastern Cape on Sunday, April 25, on Kwêla. But first, they need to beat Rhodes and Komani to claim the regional title. For the full story and details on how to vote, read the full story on page 8.Ready to cast their vote, are (from left) Greg Miller from St Francis Property Owners, St Francis Tourism Office Manager, Hantie van der Westhuizen, Kouga Business Forum Administrator, Leilani Coetsee, and Liezl Clause from St Francis Links.   Photo: SUPPLIED
The Greater St Francis Bay is in the running for the coveted kykNET Kwêla Town of the Year title for 2021 – after being named one of the three semi-finalists in the Eastern Cape on Sunday, April 25, on Kwêla. But first, they need to beat Rhodes and Komani to claim the regional title. For the full story and details on how to vote, read the full story on page 8.Ready to cast their vote, are (from left) Greg Miller from St Francis Property Owners, St Francis Tourism Office Manager, Hantie van der Westhuizen, Kouga Business Forum Administrator, Leilani Coetsee, and Liezl Clause from St Francis Links. Photo: SUPPLIED

THE greater St Francis is in the running for the coveted kykNET Kwêla Town of the Year title for 2021 – after being named one of the three semi-finalists in the Eastern Cape on Sunday, April 25, on Kwêla.

But first, they need to beat Rhodes and Komani to claim the regional title. And then only, can they compete for the kykNET Kwêla Town of the Year title.

St Francis Tourism office manager, Hantie van der Westhuizen, who is the driving force behind the entry into the competition, said they were elated to have been named one of the three Eastern Cape finalists. “We would like to thank everyone who nominated the town,” she said.

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