Dennis Brandjes (Pam Golding) holds food items collected with community services director for the Rotary Club of Benoni Aurora Gail Wilson.
The annual Lake West Halloween Walk took place on November 3 at the Korsman Conservancy in Westdene and was extremely well supported with no less than 3 500 people attending.
Dressed in all kinds of scary, weird and wonderful outfits, attendees began the walk around the conservancy at 6pm. Pets on leashes were welcome.
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Entrance was a non-perishable food item in support of the Rotary Club of Benoni Aurora and 540 items were collected in total.
The beneficiaries of the food items are Barcelona, Knights of da Gama, Operation Anti-Freeze, Scribante, Ikaya du Luz, Kwaggafontein soup kitchen and St Alban’s soup kitchen.
Britney Baker (left, 17) with Claude de Kocks and Chirsty Siddall. Nikhil Patel (left, 5) rocked the Iron Man suit. He is with Rishay Patel (4) and Jashiel Naiker (5). Winners of the games and competitions held before the walk. Michael (left, 7) and Jenna (11) Goebel were invited by friends to join the walk. Samantha Holle with Juno, who won a prize for weighing 80kg. They call themselves scary pumpkins, we thought it was too cute to say otherwise. Shailen (2) and Deshen (4) Govender went trick-or-treating. Troy Grobler (4) took being Superman to a new level when he decided to climb a light pole.
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