‘Egg-citing’ Easter programme hosted by Pick n Pay and ADF

The children were treated to an exciting line-up which included a clown show, cupcake decorating, a magic show, and a colouring competition.

Pick n Pay Chatsworth in conjunction with the Anti-Drug Forum, embarked on an Easter programme for 20 deserving children at the Pick n Pay Centre, last week.

The children were treated to an exciting line-up which included a clown show, cupcake decorating, a magic show, and a colouring competition. The fun day culminated with an Easter egg hunt. Romans Pizza provided sumptuous lunchtime meals for the children.

Clover hopped on board and provided items to contribute to the Easter hunt. The Anti-Drug Forum used the platform to educate children on the scourge of substance abuse as well. In addition to this, a prevention and awareness table was set up for patrons visiting the store.

Pick n Pay Chatsworth and the Anti-Drug Forum extends their gratitude to all volunteers, especially Pamela and Rebecca, who assisted with mobilising the children.

  AUTHOR
Yoshini Perumal
Journalist

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