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Chris Coetzer rocks Valentine’s party at RSCC

Renowned South African tenor Chris Coetzer mesmerised guests at Ron Smith Care Centre’s Valentine’s party on February 16.

From his opening song to the last musical notes of the morning, he captivated residents and staff alike with his beautiful voice and charming personality.

At one point in the programme, he called all the staff to come up to the front of the room and acknowledged and thanked them for showing up every day with a smile on their face to provide loving care to the residents, despite having their own problems. He then launched into the Clap-Clap song and taught everyone some fun movements to the music. This brought smiles and laughter all around.

His parting message to the audience was: ‘Live your life to the fullest!’

A lovely tea with delicious treats followed the musical performance.

“This was a Valentine’s party to remember! When residents and staff recall the event, they will remember how the beautifully decorated room invited them in and made them feel welcome but most of all, they will remember how Chris uplifted them and warmed their hearts with hope, love, peace, and joy,” says Debbie Christen, the manager of recreational programmes at the Rand Aid-run care centre.

Lee Morawitz, Thembi Kekane, Christina Maluka and Ruth Greek.

Chris Coetzer serenades Rieter Sandler.

Marlene Rimmer and Thembi Kekane.








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