Rotary extends support to Vita Nova

The Rotary Club of Boksburg Lake president, Nicky Savvides, with Marinda Cronje, of the Vita Nova Centre, in Springs, enjoying the centre's gymnasium.

The centre, situated in Springs, caters for people with cerebral palsy, down syndrome and autism, and the physically and mentally challenged.

Now, 31 years later, Savvides is serving his second year as president of the club, where he has been a charter member since 1977, and is, once again, firmly committed to supporting Vita Nova.

Rotary members recently visited Vita Nova to spend time with the residents.

Savvides said Vita Nova was incorporated in 1977 and has gone from strength to strength.

“It is a superbly managed facility and even offers a gymnasium which is well utilised by the residents.”

Anyone interested in supporting Vita Nova or learning more about the centre can contact Michelle Immelman on 082 372 8139.

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Ntombikayise Sibeko
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