Adding colour to a hospice day!

The Alberton Bernina Ladies Club recently donated the most beautiful quilts, crocheted blankets and love blankets to Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services, all hand made by these ladies specifically for patients in the In-Patient Unit.

A project that took them just over three months and initiated by Hannetjie Changuion (front second from right) whose friend was cared for at hospice last year. On the photo back f.l.t.r.: Charmaine Smith, Vanessa Jardine, Carina Goddard (owner Alberton Bernina) and Magsi da Silva. Back f.l.t.r.: Tersia Burger (CEO Stepping Stone), Michelle Boden, Hannetjie Changuion and Margi Bollman (IPU Manager Stepping Stone).

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  • Alberton Rekord
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  • The Creative Cafe
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  • 010 442 5059

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    +27 86 724 0480

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    096-632
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