High tea for prison ministry By Karen Watkins - April 7, 2022 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Steurhof community organised a Mad Hatter’s High Tea, at South Peninsula High School hall, on Saturday April 2, to raise funds for Abakhululi Foundation Prison Ministry, a non-profit group working with other organisations that deal with rehabilitation and education within communities and prisons. People from far and wide attended, wearing home-made hats. From left, Susan Dreyer from Pelican Park, Veronica Davis from Retreat, Lorette Adams from Strandfontein and Sarah Adams from Retreat. A colourful pair, Mary Berry of Diep River with Cyndhia Small from Steurhof. Back, from left, Michelle Manoor and Marilyn Clark from Mitchell’s Plain. Front: Cheryl Solomons from Grassy Park, Margot Solomons from Mitchell’s Plain and Graham Solomons from Mitchell’s Plain. Richard Williams with Charmaine Theunissen and Chantelle Williams all from Grassy Park. Nicole America from Bridgetown made her own hat.