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Ladies Tea to inspire change
SOUTHERN CAPE NEWS - Derek Watts from Carte Blanche will entertain ladies as guest speaker at this year's Child and Family Welfare Ladies Tea on 16 June.
The morning's programme, which will run from 09:00 till 12:30, includes artist Natalie Mentoor, who will sing a song she penned for this event, accompanied by young singers from George. There will be a fashion show and auction and the Tea will be held at Fancourt, the main sponsor.
Ladies will be treated to delicious eats as they get to know like-minded women who share a desire to inspire change in our community.
Tickets cost R200 which will include a goodie-bag for each lady and entrance into a lucky draw. Some fabulous prizes have been sponsored for the silent auction.
Spoil yourself and celebrate the day by "Joining hands and sharing some love in action."
Contact Karen on 083 400 7177 for further information or if you would like to sponsor any prizes.
14:33 (GMT+2), Wed, 18 April 2012
you will be directed to the registration page. Once you have completed the registration process, please return to this page.
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