Celebrations, new civic body


CATHCART – A small, intimate wedding was held at the Cintsa Blue Barn last Saturday, when Laulani Gouws, daughter of Reuben and Charmaine, married Jotham Stone, son of Dick and Trudie Stone, from Komani.

The ceremony in the chapel was conducted by Ds Kobus Klopper, who had ministered to the local Dutch Reformed community some years back.

The young couple are enjoying a holiday in Mauritius before they will return to Stutterheim where Laulani has her beauty spa/salon, while Jotham will continue to commute to his work at CGI Brokers in Cathcart.

CONGRATULATIONS to first-time parents Mark and Kerry Cockin on the arrival of their daughter Cara Colleen, who was born in East London last week.

Cara is the first grandchild for John and Julie Miller, as well as for Tam Cockin and the first great-grandchild for Peter Tweedie.

A REMINDER that the blood clinic will take place next Wednesday, September 21, at the Round Table clubhouse from 11am until 2pm. Donors are urgently requested to donate a unit of blood, which is always in high demand during the summer holiday period.

MEMBERS of the community held a meeting at the bowls club last week to discuss the formation of a civic organisation to work in conjunction with Sanco, allowing locals to have a strong showing in matters pertaining to all residents in the town, Daliwe, Kati Kati and informal settlements.

Jenny Wild was appointed to draw up a legal document for the newly formed Cathcart Civic Association.

THE individual stableford golf competition was won by Robert Hart on 36 points on a count out from Karen Hart, with David Thethelwa third on 35 points.

Kenny Brown had a two-club.

Tomorrow, 711 Liquor will hold their sponsored afternoon and entries may be given to Neil Evens. The format for this event will be an American scramble.

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