Quinton Koeries-Bevcan Michelle Kemper & Fanie Du Toit-Bevcan
Andrew Pitchers & Howard Brady-Bevcan Cllr’s Clive Justus & Michael Britz
Michelle Kemper, Howard Brady, Quinton Koeries, Andrew Pitchers and Fanie Du Toit All from Bevcan
On the 21st September another 38 Real Yellowwood trees were planted on the buffer between Bofors Circle and Viking Way. The 38 trees were donated by Bevcan who together with the ECID share an interest in greening the area. Cllr’s. Clive Justus and Michael Britz also attend the tree planting. We once again with to thank Essential for all their hard work in planting the balance of the trees.
The ECID handed over 4 x 750 g coffee, 2400 tea bags, 4 kg each of peanut butter and jam, 20 kg each of dry soup mix & lentils, 40 kg samp, and 48 cans each of pilchards and baked beans all donated by Giant Hyper, 7 pockets baby potatoes, 19 pockets onions, 1 pockets squash, 4 pockets sweet potatoes and 3 boxes tomatoes donated by Cape Pots to Akhona Ngaka, Sylvia Matiza & Odwa Dlulane from the Langa Baptist Church (top left) and Rev. Stan Martin from House of Prayer Ecclesia in Bonteheuwel (top right)
We once again thank all our sponsors for the continued dedication to this initiative in helping the less fortunate.
The ECID undertook to complete the footpath from the Moody Bridge around to Cape Town Market.
The ECID planted 3 Real Yellowwood trees on the Benbow Traffic Island (top left) and the Jellicoe Traffic Island (top right) and 1 one the Dacres Traffic Island.
We once again thank the Essential Cleaning team for their assistance with the planting.
On the 1st September the ECID together with from Essential Cleaning Lehuma Maja, Thulani Qubanisa, Leonardo Hass and Jonathan Hendricks (top right) planted 50 Real Yellowwood trees on the buffer between Bofors Circle and Viking Way. On hand to join in the planting was ECID Director John Dammert from GABS (middle left) Cllr. Clive Justus (middle center) and Cllrs. Michael Britz and Clive Justus (middle right), Lizette Johnstone and Tony Bartram (bottom left) and Cllr. Michael Britz (bottom right).
We wish to thank all who attended the tree planting as well as the team from Essential for all their hard work.
Real Yellowwoods are indigenous to the Western Cape.
The ECID completed another project, this time installing tables and benches on the traffic island in Packer Avenue to provide a comfortable space for staff from neighboring companies to enjoy their down time. We wish to thank Leonardo Haas and his team members from Essential Cleaning, who kindly installed the furniture on our behalf.
The ECID handed out the following food items to the House Of Prayer Ecclesia Bonteheuwel and the Langa Baptist Church; 2 pockets baby potatoes, 1 pocket each of squash & sweet potatoes, 3 pockets butternut and 5 pockets onions, all kindly donated by Cape Pots, 4 x 750g coffee, 2000 tea bags, 4 kg peanut butter, 4 kg jam, 48 cans each of pilchards and baked beans, 5 kg of lentils, 10 kg dry soup mix, 10 kg samp & beans and 40 kg of samp kindly donated by Giant Hyper.
Accepting on behalf of HOPE is Reverend Stan Martin (top left) and for Langa Baptist Church is Sylvia Matiza, Zukile Bacela & Winnie Vanqa.(top right).
We wish to thank our sponsors for their generosity in helping to care for the less privileged.
With the assistance of Power Rig, the ECID has successfully planted the first two of twelve poles earmarked for this project.
The aim of the project is to provide additional security lighting to the siding gates.
For future use, the light poles will be fitted with sufficient infrastructure to add additional devices, i.e. cameras as a future project.
Should you require further information or would like to assist the ECID and authorize the planting of such a pole on your property, please contact Ryan Ord at the Epping CID office on 021 535 5814. All that is required from the property is an electrical feed, all additional costs will be borne by the ECID
We were once again able to make a generous donation to Church of the Nazarene in Bonteheuwel and Langa Baptist Church.6 x 750 g coffee, 6 kg each of peanut butter and jam, 17 kg dry lentils, 15 kg dry soup mix, 60 kg samp and 72 cans each of pilchards, baked beans all donated by Giant Hyper. 13 bags baby potatoes, 5 boxes tomatoes, 2 pockets butternut, 1 pocket onions, 6 pockets sweet potatoes, 1 pocket gem squash and 2 boxes of peppers. Accepting on behalf of House of Prayer Ecclesia is Reverend Stan Martin (top left) and for the Langa Baptist Church Langa is Akhona Ngaka & Pretty (top right)
We once again thank all our sponsors for their continued dedication to this initiative in helping the less fortunate.