Photo caption: Little ones from the Ilitha Crèche in Khayelitsha and the Ruth First Crèche in Philippi could hardly contain their excitement when they visited the Rotary Club of Sea Point’s Blue Train Project last week. Gavin Schachat, Director of Projects Sea Point Rotary, said, “We were delighted to host these children from disadvantaged backgrounds and to witness their joy when riding the train, jumping on the jumping castle and in some cases, seeing the sea for the first time!
“We are very grateful to Peninsula Beverages (PenBev) for their continued assistance with our projects and for sponsoring Bonaqua water to keep the children and teachers hydrated during their visit.” Schachat added.
The Rotary Club of Sea Point’s Blue Train Project has been bringing joy to communities through similar excursions since 2008.
For more information on the Sea Point Rotary and the community projects that they are involved with visit: www.seapointrotary.org.za
For more information on PenBev and the community projects that they are involved with, visit www.penbev.co.za or call 021 936 5500
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