One of the tannies at Goeie Rus was interviewed on her 90th birthday. She had this to say about her longevity;
“For better digestion – I drink beer.
In the case of appetite loss, I drink white wine.
In the case of low blood pressure, I drink red wine.
In the case of high blood pressure, I drink scotch.
And when I have a cold, I drink Schnapps.”
“When do you drink water?”
“I’ve never been that sick.”
On Saturday last, all of the many play-group/ nursery schools/ crèches of Musina were invited along to the Musina Rugby Club field to participate in fun and games, aimed particularly at the little ones. The event was very well attended by people of all colour, creeds, and religions, all happily getting along together. To view the pictures full-size, select by clicking on one, then again, twice.
The Messina Primary Drum-majorettes gave their second performance of the day, coming over from the Limpopofees. and the Customs “sniffer” dogs showed their skills at finding hidden contraband.
Apart from the play-groups, there were also a number of entrepreneurs and businesses who had set up their stalls and gazebos, to display and sell their wares, products and services.
One of the many things for the kiddies to do, was a mini-Olympics set up and run by the Monkeynastics team. From the sack-race to the bouncing a giant tennis ball and catching it, the littlies seemed to love it.
A big draw was the show put on by Oom Caroolus and his partner Lente, who, with their range of gospel songs soon had all of the children happily singing along.
A potjiekos competition was also conducted, the winners of which were the team of Martin and Jarques representing Bush Babies.
Deliene had this, to say, “Thank you, Thank you Uncle Brian!
This was a lovely surprise!
I really appreciate it tremendously!
I also want to thank every Fleamarket stall participant, all the potjiekos competition participants, the sponsors of this day, ALL the parents that brought their kids and above all, God that made this day absolutely wonderful!
Thank you! I am deeply humbled by the support I got on this day from everyone! Especially because it was the very first Fun Day for our pre-schoolers!
Planning for next years event will start in the next couple of weeks!
Be blessed, always!”
Two pupils from Musina Primary have been awarded scholarships to continue their education at prestigious private schools in Limpopo.
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Just posted on the Messina Primary School Page, news of the cricket team’s achievements recently
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