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Choir Camp 2018

BY By Naqeesha Koester

On 2nd  March, the Senior Choir headed to Sumcay in joyful song, for the annual choir camp.
The weekend started off with enthusiastic Grade 8s learning the gumboot dance, followed by various hymns and gospel melodies. The highlight of that Friday night was the welcome session with Mr Sherwin Nel.  During the session we were taught about socialising with one another and empowering each other as a sisterhood of girls. Saturday was a day filled with hard work and dedication, as we had many productive sessions. We had the opportunity to relax in the swimming pool during breaks. Some girls reached new heights on the trampolines as relaxation.
Saturday evening gave girls an opportunity to showcase their talents. The traditional talent show was themed “The Musical” this year and girls were tasked to perform a scene from a musical. Our adjudicators this year was our very own Miss R Meyers and a guest, Miss C Chrisstoffels. The winners of the best group performance were Chwayita Hanabe, Hope Adams, Iviwe Majweta, Liqhawe Nogampula, Musa Daweti and Rachel Akilo for their performance of Annie.  Boiketlo Mtau won the award for Best Actress while Achumile Bashe took the title of Best Singer. The Malinga twins, Anesipho and Siphosethu, once again outdone themselves and danced away with the Best Dancers award.
The weekend off on a positive note as everyone worked very hard.
We extend a special thanks to Miss Mintoor and Mrs Mapoma for planning the successful weekend, and Miss Meyers and Mrs Stark for safely transporting the choir to Sumcay. We thank our guest judges Miss C Chrisstoffels and Miss Meyers for adjudicating the talent show as well as the caterers and staff of Sumcay. We would like to say thank you to each chorister for making the weekend a memorable one. 

 March 07, 2018
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