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17 March 2017

Grenville’s MAD (Making a Difference) Society – having fun and making a positive change! These learners handed out about 40 packages of food to unemployed individuals and had a clean-up campaign in Brink street. 

Front from left; Tiegi Gaanakgomo, Mrs D. Reiners, Muriel Letshikoana, Ms E. Geldenhuys, Tshenolo Sithole, and Pako Mataboge. Back from left; Lesedi Seleke, Indiphile, Katlego Ledikwa, Rejoice Thagaki, Lemogang Makhoye, Otshepeng Nkwane, Olerato Makgamatha, Mathapelo Mogotsi, Karabo Mathule Keamogetswe Ramadiro, Tshiamo Stemmer, Ms N. Koekermoer, Ms A. Nieuwenhuis and Ms V. Celliers (at the back).
Front from left; Tiegi Gaanakgomo, Mrs D. Reiners, Muriel Letshikoana, Ms E. Geldenhuys, Tshenolo Sithole, and Pako Mataboge. Back from left; Lesedi Seleke, Indiphile, Katlego Ledikwa, Rejoice Thagaki, Lemogang Makhoye, Otshepeng Nkwane, Olerato Makgamatha, Mathapelo Mogotsi, Karabo Mathule Keamogetswe Ramadiro, Tshiamo Stemmer, Ms N. Koekermoer, Ms A. Nieuwenhuis and Ms V. Celliers (at the back). 
Front from left; Tiegi Gaanakgomo, Mrs D. Reiners, Muriel Letshikoana, Ms E. Geldenhuys, Tshenolo Sithole, and Pako Mataboge. Back from left; Lesedi Seleke, Indiphile, Katlego Ledikwa, Rejoice Thagaki, Lemogang Makhoye, Otshepeng Nkwane, Olerato Makgamatha, Mathapelo Mogotsi, Karabo Mathule Keamogetswe Ramadiro, Tshiamo Stemmer, Ms N. Koekermoer, Ms A. Nieuwenhuis and Ms V. Celliers (at the back).
Congratulations to Adi, Nyico and Natascha who will be advancing to the next round of the Provincial Schools Athletics. We are very proud of you!

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