Talented youngsters entertain town’s seniors

Nen Richards, Charlotte Dry, Megan de Zwart and Des Deysel.

MALALANE – A group of seniors enjoyed a performance by Riverview Prep pupils during an annual morning tea on August 10.

The grade two moms decorated the tables beautifully and provided snacks and gifts for members of Argentum Corona.

Argentum Corona is a non-profit organisation that arranges social events for the elderly twice a month. Local churches, schools, organisations and individuals volunteer to host these events and treat the seniors to live entertainment, snacks, games or interesting activities.

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Mr Gareth Dry, Riverview Prep’s headmaster, warmly welcomed the guests to the event and Riverview’s choir entertained them.

Ria Pienaar, Mari Booysen, (back) Gareth Dry (Headmaster of Riverview Prep), Eugene Bothma, Marie Coetzee (Chairperson Argentum Corona) and Megan Swart (Grade 2 Teacher).

Megan de Zwart performed “Tomorrow” from the movie Annie and Charlotte Dry performed “Any Dream Will Do” from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat – songs performed at this year’s Eistedfodd.

Both guests and pupils had a great time.

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The school would like to thank all of the parents who contributed and assisted in making the event very enjoyable.

For more information on Argentum Corona, to join or host an event, contact chairman Marie Coetsee on 082-824-4103.

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