New Germany Lutheran Pre-Primary School held its grandparents day on Friday, 15 September.
The Farmers’ Market was open for business for the Queensburgh community to enjoy fresh produce, food and crafts on Friday, 1 September.
HIGHWAY families flocked to the popular annual Browns’ School Fete that took place on Saturday, 2 September. Apart from loads of lovely bargains in various stalls, there was a delicious selection of foods and fabulous entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.
A day to empower and spark greatness among teenagers and older women was held at the Pinetown Methodist Church recently. There were three guest speakers who targeted different age groups.
The place to find your perfect pet is at the Animal Anti-Cruelty League in Hammarsdale.
Gelofte Skool’s annual fund-raising venison festival was a huge success.
More than 100 golfers made their way through the 18 holes at the Kloof Country Club.
Forest View Primary School raised more than R10 000 for CANSA with its Mad Hatter Tea Party.
All the children were dressed in traditional clothes and greeted the guests in the official language of the country they represented.
Portion of the money raised will be donated Umduduzi – Hospice Care for Children.
EN from St John’s the Baptist Anglican Church donned their aprons to spoil the women on Saturday morning in celebration of Women’s Month. Madam Justice Nompumele Radebe was the guest speaker for the day who motivated the women and taught them about the law.