19 June 2017 Read: 78
Panarotti’s Tzaneen reached out to those in need this winter in the most creative fashion. It was called the “Keep the Chill Out this Winter” competition and it incorporated the help of Tzaneen’s youngsters to help those who cannot help themselves. The competition entailed colouring in a picture, returning the completed art work to Panarotti’s Tzaneen along with an item which could be donated to someone for winter.
A total of one thousand colouring in pictures were dropped off at three primary schools in Tzaneen, namely Laerskool Tzaneen Primary, Laerskool Duiwelskloof and Educare. All the entries received were then judged to determine a winner and the items collected, donated to Solidarity’s Helping Hands organization.
There was a prize awarded to the school who had entered the most art work. The winning school was Laerskool Tzaneen Primary who was awarded a hamper consisting of a R1 000 minced meat voucher from Supermeat City, Fruit and Eggs hampers from Letaba Fruit & Veg and Tzaneen View Eggs as well as vouchers from Panarotti’s and Misty River Spur.
The vouchers included four breakfasts and a Monsterito Pizza’s at Panarotti’s and a Spur Burger Box with a Large Chips.
The young artists were treated to a fun-filled day at Panarotti’s Tzaneen and were afforded the opportunity to burst balloons and win prizes for the handy work. “It feels good knowing that these youngsters helped us to help those families who cannot help themselves,” said Stefanie van Dyk, manager of Panarotti’s Tzaneen. “We do more than just provide great food during this icy cold winter. We provide warm smiles too.”