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Waterford College looking to raise E60 000 during fete

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MBABANE – Waterford KaMhlaba College is looking to raise at least E60 000 during their fete on Saturday.

This is money they need to continue their Community Service Programme that comprises 30 different projects. Director of Development Barb Taylor, disclosed that the college was looking after Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) at Mbabane Government Hospital, conducted literacy classes with local primary schools, gave sports and computer lessons to disabled children and so forth.

“E60 000 will go a long way into helping maintain the projects for the rest of this year. The community service programme is actually part of the college’s curricula to encourage students to participate in the development of the community,” explained Taylor. The fete, which will start from 11am to 3pm, will be a hive of fun activities for both adults and children.

Painting Things to look out for at the family oriented event include live music performances, face painting, snake hunt, magicians, deejaying sessions, penalty shootouts, jumping castle and more. Both adults and children will have to pay E5 entrance fee, and transport to the college will be available from outside the ‘Cold Room’ next to the Portuguese Club every after 30 minutes.

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