During February 2019, the GrandWest Socio Economic Development team handed over a newly revamped Hospitality Studies Classroom at Ned Doman High School.
GrandWest contributed more than R223 000 to the revamp, which included painting the walls, adding blinds and replacing tiles, cupboards and sinks. The team also donated eight new stoves and a new fridge along with some kitchen smalls like whisks, knives, chopping boards, mixing bowls, measuring cups, spoons, rolling pins, pastry brushes, non-stick frying pans, saucepans, baking tins and cooling racks.
“We’re excited about the revamp we were able to give Ned Doman High School’s Hospitality Studies Classroom,” says Chrishelda Dyers, Socio Economic Development (SED) Officer at Sun International. “More than 145 learners from Grade 10 to 12 will use this and now it is in perfect condition for them to learn new culinary skills.”
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