Rand Aid Association’s Thornhill Manor Retirement Village’s annual family fun day and fete on Saturday, October 14, offered visitors plenty to do and eat. Village resident Moira Simonsen’s paintings delighted and inspired visitors to the annual event. Moria started painting when her children left home. She best loves painting portraits of people or animals. The large painting of the cat is titled ‘Mystery’, while the painting on the right is titled ‘Fire and ice’. Pictured with her is husband Graham.
Exhibitors Tina (left) and daughter Silvia Tufegdzic (right) with Thornhill Manor’s soon-to-retire receptionist Shirley Whitehead at Rand Aid-run Thornhill Manor Retirement Village’s family fun day and fete. Before retiring, Tina worked at Thembalami Care Centre – which is also run by Rand Aid. She now assists her daughter at markets when she can.
Calling all foodies… Penny Nickless sold her home-cured olives and hand-crafted dukkah, shortbread, herbal teas and tomato marmalade at the Thornhill Manor Retirement Village fete.