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Windhoek Gymnasium visits Moses Garo?½b Project School

Fri, 6 November 2015 19:36
by Villager Reporter
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Windhoek Gymnasium Private School’s Grade 11’s and the new primary school LRC visited Moses Garoëb Project School in Katutura yesterday.

They handed out gift packets to every child, as well as sports and other educational equipment.

At a recent visit to the school, Mrs Colette Riechkert of Windhoek Gymnasium saw the limited resources the school had as well as and it’s small space. This inspired the Windhoek Gymnasium community to give back and to make a difference in the lives of the kids who go to the school.

Liezel Garbers, the Director of Media and Public Relations for Windhoek Gymnasium Private School said, “Our hearts were filled with their thankfulness, and our desire to make a difference in their school and their lives [has] continued to grow. That is what Windhoek Gimmies stand for: Teaching a new style; Building a better future; [Sharing] your blessings.”