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Women’s Day tea gets RSCC residents jiving

Singer Roy Edwards ensured that Ron Smith Care Centre’s Women’s Day tea was an absolute hit!

This year, the Rand Aid care centre held various activities to celebrate Women’s Month, including a delicious high tea on 11 August, after which Roy Edwards got the party going with a wide selection of hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s, including country rock, rock and roll and even a bit of sakkie-sakkie!

“Residents and staff enjoyed all the catchy golden oldie tunes and were soon up and dancing. Others swayed, moved and kept time to the music, while others were content to sit and listen,” says Debbie Christen, Rand Aid’s manager of recreational programmes.

“By the way our residents responded to the music, it was obvious that the event uplifted spirits and brought happiness, joy and warmth to their hearts,” she adds.

The hall was beautifully decorated with a red, green and white floral theme, and tea and a variety of sweet and savoury treats were enjoyed by all.

“Guests were spoilt for choice as platters with sausage rolls, chicken wings, quiche, vetkoek with mince, lamingtons, milk tarts and cream puffs were offered around,” says Debbie. 

Nana Roberts and Prudence Mokoena.

Mona Knodell and Tshepo Malatjie.

Roy Allen, Tshepo Malatjie and Irene Simon.

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