KCC invited to Turkish embassy

On the 23rd of April KCC was invited by SABC and the Turkish embassy to perform at their annual children's day event at the embassy. They invited 30 kids and 10 staff members to take part in the festivities.

At the Turkish embassy the KCC dance group performed two dances. People enjoyed it very much. The embassy was so much fascinated by the performance of the children that they said they will want to work with KCC in all their programmes that include kids. 

The children got great gift bags as a reward for their performance and participation. The gift bag consisted of a school bag, some stationaries, sweets and t-shirts. It was a good and fun day for everyone. KCC is very thankful for the invitation and opportunity that had been given.

 

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