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Eleven out of eleven for LM&P

For the eleventh consecutive year, Lynne MacKenzie and Partners (LM&P) successfully organised the birthday celebrations for Kamp Kwena.
Garth Collins (better know as Granite to the kids) taking a breather from all the activities.
Garth Collins (better know as Granite to the kids) taking a breather from all the activities.
(Front) Clint Walters (Blade), Garth Collins (Granite), and (Back) Graham Wood (Director of Operations at Sun City resort) and volunteer pirates having fun on the day.
(Front) Clint Walters (Blade), Garth Collins (Granite), and (Back) Graham Wood (Director of Operations at Sun City resort) and volunteer pirates having fun on the day.
Cladded in sponsors' outfits, the kids enjoying the entertainment led by the YoTV presenters.
Cladded in sponsors' outfits, the kids enjoying the entertainment led by the YoTV presenters.
Celebrating its eleventh birthday on 28 October, the children's activities park at Sun City invited children from 'Reach for a Dream' and local orphanages to come and celebrate the special day.

LM&P, a specialist events company and division of Mortimer Harvey, created a flawless day of fantasy for the kids, with lunch, prizes, packs of goodies, and plenty of games. Various sponsors were recruited by LM&P and partook in the success of the day.

Gladiators, Blade and Granite, dropped in to the delight of the kids, while Musa, DJ Switch, Karabo and Shade from YoTV ensured that the games, singing and dancing went on all afternoon. Springbok rugby player, Chilliboy Ralepelle was also present to add spark to proceedings.



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Robyn Moon
011-467 4729


28 Nov 2006 16:00

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