The Achilles Amateur Athletic Association will organize a toy race
From left to back are Kaitlyn Wolff, Paul Wolff (Ironman), Percy Dalton, Bruce King and Margaret Taylor (Bukani Print). Opposite are Cindi Bester (event organizer – Achilles AAA) and Craig Bester (president of Achilles AAA). Photo: RICHARD PEARCE PHOTOGRAPHY
BRING an item of clothing, toy or non-perishable food and participate in this year’s annual Achilles Amateur Athletic Association Toy Race.
This year the event takes place on December 7th and promises to be a lot of fun for everyone, whether they are running or walking.
Starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Walmer Golf Club, 79 River Road, anyone wishing to participate will set up on the regular 5 km course. The route passes through the leafy suburb of Walmer down 10th Avenue, up Water Road, up 14th Avenue, down Short Road, into Club Road, then down Short and back to the club.
Event organizer Cindi Bester said: “The purpose of the event is to raise donations for The Sanctuary Old Age Home and The Kids of Tomorrow NPO, who do a great job with the children of the Walmer area. There will be refreshments and delicious boerewors on sale for R20. Lincoln Coffee will also be present.
Those who wish to attend and enjoy a boerewors roll afterwards, should RSVP to Cindi Bester on 082 891 5537.
“There will also be prize draws. We thank our amazing sponsors and supporters Richard Pearce Photography, Atlas Security, Bukani Print, Woodlands Dairy
Meridian Wines, Little Walmer Golf Club, Trailbusters, Reflections Beauty Studio – Sherwood, Shell Sherwood, Kloppers 17th Quarter, Brian Bands Sport, SuperSPAR Sunridge and Builders Warehouse, for making this event possible.