JCP-student organised day of fun for kids of Charlotte Theron Chidren's Home

Posted on July 11, 2010

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JCP-students in 2009 enrolled for the compulsory undergraduate module, Community-Based Project Module (JCP) of the Faculty Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology rebuilt bicycles received from the Tshwane Metro Police for children of Charlotte Theron Children’s Home in Betlehem . This year a group JCP-students organised a day of fun for the children. They did fabric painting, repaired the bicycles and played soccer.  The students are S du Plessis, Carla Filter, Frans Jooste en Brett Kruger enjoyed the project very much.


Published by Erhardt Maritz

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