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Winter warmth for Geelhoutboom

Winter warmth for Geelhoutboom
Sanzef handing out beanie packs to the Geelhoutboom Primary children. Photo: Alida de Beer
GEORGE NEWS FLASH - Each and every one of Geelhoutboom Primary School's 110 learners received a beanie pack and parents from the community were given blankets during an outreach of the South African National Zakáh Fund (Sanzef) at the school on Saturday.

While a lunch was being prepared by the ladies of Sanzef, Henricus Gysman of Eden FM did a special broadcast from the school premises.

The outreach was part of Sanzef's Winter Warmth programme and according to Tallat Din, Sanzef Garden Route coordinator, it was the start of an ongoing relationship with the school.
ach and every one of Geelhoutboom Primary School's 110 learners received a beanie pack.
Giant pots of soup being prepared for the children.
Read more in Thursday's George Herald, and online.
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