Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Santarina brings cheer

South African girl Megan Potgieter, 11, dressing up a Christmas tree at the Tembari Children Care (TCC) centre last Saturday.
Later, she played Little Santa to children by distributing toy car models for the boys, Barbie-like dolls for the girls and chocolates, candies and canned drinks for everybody.
Megan, her parents Andre and Sharon, brother Francois (right) and South African compatriots Elaine Blignaut and Marina Furstenberg made a visit to the centre to bring early Yuletide cheer to the 114 Tembari children, with some help from friends in Port Moresby.
Megan attends primary school at Lydenburg in South Africa.
Potgieter said they made their Christmas presentation early as they were flying to South Africa soon for the Christmas holidays.
Tembari is an orphanage day-care centre at the ATS Oro settlement at 7-Mile outside Port Moresby. – Nationalpic by ALFREDO P HERNANDEZ

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous3:19 AM

    God Bless her and her family for her kindness.I wish there were more of her in Port Moresby who could reach to those children living believe the poverty line who need our help .