The NG Church of Port Shepstone hosted its annual Bible walk last Saturday to raise funds for the Bible Society of South Africa. The 3km walk took place from the church to Suid-Natal High and back to the church.
While covering a Herald function at Mbango Valley on Tuesday this week, this Vee Ramsayi’s roving camera captured some of these images at the dam.
Activities included darts, bowling, pin the tail on the donkey, soccer and so much more.
Lighthouse Community Services’ monthly meeting took place at the Port Shepstone Rehab Centre hall last Saturday. Ashnee Moodley of the Port Shepstone Clinic gave the seniors a talk on their health.
Hoërskool Suid-Natal and Port Shepstone High did battle at the annual Derby Day last Saturday. From hockey, rugby and netball, teams did their best to win.
The next walk will be on Sunday, June 24 from Hibberdene Beach to Umzumbe beach (Stiebel).
Surfers, fishermen, pleasure trippers, divers, ocean lovers and children from Give a Child a Family united last Saturday at Sonny Evans Small Craft Harbour in Shelly Beach for the paddle out for sharks and ocean conservation.
These are the club’s top award winners for May.
The craft fair at Margate Retirement Village provided something for everyone, from browsers to serious shoppers.
The Port Shepstone Lions jumble sale outside the JTV Centre in Umtentweni last Saturday was well supported. Plenty of bargain hunters arrived early to shop.
Gummi Bears Pre School in Marburg hosted its annual sports day at the grounds of Marburg Secondary last Sunday. Children enjoyed a wide range of fun sport activities.