Wool for Wonders

The hall at Wynberg Girls Junior School was awash with colour on Friday September 8 when the school officially closed its Wool for Wonders Campaign during assembly. Holding up a tiny beanie and a pair of booties, principal Dee Cawcutt said that the previous night had been very cold and wet and that babies and children in poorer communities who went to bed cold and often hungry would be very grateful for what the girls were doing. She said the campaign had been a great success with about 400 jerseys distributed so far. She said 1 600 items had been counted and more were coming in. The organising team is encouraging the girls, their families and Bulletin readers to keep knitting for 2018. Pictured, are, from left, campaign organiser Hilary Mills, high school principal Shirley Harding, junior school principal Dee Cawcutt, teacher Amanda Longe and head of service Jordan La Guma.

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