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MUSIC, SINGING, STORIES AND MOVEMENT AT MASAKHANE CREATIVE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

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In November we had a big blessing for our Masakhane afterschool groups. After many weeks of lockdown we had the opportunity to do a movement session with Sanja Lutzeyer at the GOOD HOPE CENTER in Masakhane. It was a fun session filled with Song, Movement and Storytelling. The children loved it and our facilitators enjoyed and learned much from the workshop.

We are looking forward to 2021 and hope that we will be able to continue our after school groups for many children in Masakhane and Stanford.

Our aim is to offer substantial and comprehensiv extra mural programs as a game changer for children and youth in under- resourced communities in the Overstrand.

Thank you to Lainy Carpenter from Whalesong Lodge for making this workshop happen. Thank you also to GOOD HOPE CENTER for usage of the space.

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