Following the celebrations in Blessed Gérard's Church, which was full to capacity and bursting at the seams, the festivities, with approximately 1500 people, moved outside. Lunch was served and the entertainment began.

The gumboot dancers from Stanger High School under the supervision of Mrs. Willers.

Zulu Dancers, impromptu and independent.

A short display by the children of Blessed Gérard's Pre-primary School & Crèche, under the supervision of Miss Patricia Zikhali.

 The programmed ended with a fashion parade of the garments sewn by the students of Blessed Gérard's Community Development Centre under the supervision of Mrs. Mdletshe, the teacher and modeling teacher, Mrs. Petro van der Merwe and her daughter Gerda.

A big thank you and a bouquet of flowers to:

Father Sipho, the M.C., Caroline Beaumont, Ignatia Biyela, Princess Ndlovu, Dorothy Dlamini, Mduduze Shange, Sibosiso Mlambo, Nkosinathi Dlamini, Wiseman Zulu, Zethu Radebe, Zandile Hlabisa, Caspar Dlamini, Simphiwe Dlamini, Thulani, Christobel and Thembinkosi Mthembu, Hlengiwe Mabasa, Shona Peters, Mr. Khumalo and all the members of the Sundumbili Choir, Mrs. Willers & her Gum Boot Dancers, Petro van der Merwe & Gerda.

"Thank you for all your hard work and willingness to help!"

This page is part of the Newsletter No. 20 of the Brotherhood of Blessed Gérard

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