Di Harrison and Juli Lau Lee Son from St Luke's Hospice West Coast with Anél Troost assisting Rawsons Melkbosstrand in getting the ball rolling!
For the last two years the Community of Melkbosstrand was united in their positive response to the Pink Trees for Pauline Cancer Project. The purpose of this project is to create awareness to Cancer by turning towns pink and it’s time to get involved gain by wrapping trees in your garden, pot plants, vehicle, pillars, fences, businesses etc. in pink fabric.
Fabric is stocked at Rawson Properties at 13-6th Avenue, Melkbosstrand Tel 021 553 3662.
Proceeds are kindly donated to Hospice West Coast by Rawsons Property Melkbosstrand.
LONG SERVICE AWARDS CEREMONY 2016
TWENTY YEARS SERVICE
How very fortunate we are to have volunteers who have been with us for twenty years and over. At this years ceremony at our Central office two of our volunteers were awarded their 20 year badges. Seen here (left) Bee Forsyth who assists in our Table View shop and (right) June Esselaar who assists us both in the office with our correspondence and in our Milnerton shop. Thank you both so much for your commitment to St Luke's Hospice West Coast.
THE MAD HATTERS TEA PARTY
A big "Thank You" to St Luke's Volunteers
As a show of appreciation for our wonderful Volunteers who are such an integral part of our Hospice we hold a thank you function during Winter, this year it was a Mad Hatter's Tea Party. The hats were amazing and we were treated to Line Dancing with the Volunteers being invited to join in. Everyone there had a wonderful time.......
RAWSON PROPERTIES MELKBOSSTRAND - TURNED MELKBOS PINK
St Luke’s Hospice West Coast are the beneficiaries of the PINK TREES for Pauline Project and we are most grateful to Rawson Properties in Melkbosstrand for the wonderful donation of R20679.20 presented to us from the monies raised.
Anne-Marie Evans Principal of Rawson Properties in Melkbosstrand seen here with agent Lynette De Lange, one of her team of wonderful ladies, drew attention through the Pink Trees for Pauline Project to those afflicted with cancer within the Melkbos area and beyond.
We wish to thank them for all their selfless efforts during this project and we are very grateful for this generous donation.
Not only did these ladies dedicate their time and energy over a period of two months but they also exerted themselves physically climbing ladders to reach high structures and wrap tall trees with the bright pink fabric bought for this special project.
The Community of Melkbosstrand was united in their positive response to the PINK TREES for Pauline Project initiated by Anne-Marie of Rawson Properties.
Remember how trees and buildings were wrapped in pink in October last year?
Magriet Theron and Astrid Februarie, journalist with the local community newspaper the Tygerburger rallied to Anne-Marie's call and responded by jumping in with great enthusiasm. They with other staff members wrapped pot plants and office trees in bright pink fabric. Well done to all of them!
For more information on how you can assist in the project which Anne-Marie hopes to run again this coming October please contact her on 083 6541456.
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