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Specsavers Project

It is satisfying to be active again after the lockdown period and Rotary Specsavers project were privileged to assist a young learner with vision and sight difficulties. A young grade seven learner from Swellendam Primary School received a brand new pair of custom spectacles. Testing and fitting were done free of charge by Specsavers Swellendam and funded through Rotary Swellendam. The young learner was amazed with her spectacles and expressed appreciation to all involved.

Knitting for the community

The ladies of the Railton Coffee Morning Group handing over of some of the knitted items to Sister Hettie and Pastor Joseph for them to distribute to needy members of the community - all of whom expressed their appreciation to all involved for the lovely knitted items which would help ward of the winter cold. Photo: Together with Community Workers, Sister Hettie, Pastor Joseph and Johan Kriek (incoming Rotary President for Swellendam).

Winter Warmers

Rotary's Railton Coffee Morning project. Knitting articles for the needy in the community, is one of the projects undertaken by the ladies of the Rotary Railton Coffee Morning Project. The knitted items are then distributed to the hospital, elderly and other care centers. Celie Cloete from Rotary Anns now heads up the leadership of this group which has expanded to include knitters from the community such as Edna Streicher and her Rotary Park Knitters and Evelyn Kriel. Beanies, scarves, baby blankets and bed socks are amongst other items, the kind of articles that are lovingly knitted. These items are to be handed over for distribution to Pastor Joseph, Sister Hettie from Community Welfare

Wheelchair Project and Community Assistance

After a recent urgent request from Lynette Temmers (of the Western Cape Government Department of Health) for wheelchairs, Rotary were able to provide two wheelchairs for their use. Rotary also provides assistance for CAP with ingredients for their food parcels, St Luke's with their feeding scheme and Pastor Joseph with vegetables for handing out to needy members of his community. Photo: Two employees from Dept of Health collecting the wheelchairs.

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