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Tuesday, 11 November 2008 13:13

Spring Charity Ball Thank you

The Cape leopard Trust would like to thank T.I.C.E (Travel Industry Charity Events) for their significant donation after a very impressive and successful fundraising event was held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on the 4th October. Three charities were made beneficiaries - a total of R255 000 was raised. Quinton and Elizabeth attended the event where the CLT received R85 000 toward its conservation initiatives. Quinton was also enticed into wearing a suit for the first (& last?) time in his life when he gave a short talk on the night.

Very special thanks must go to Anika Oosthuizen and Lindsey Gbaud for their involvement in organizing the event as well as communication with the Trust.

Elizabeth and Quinton would also like to thank Barry and Mina Thomas of Jambo Guest House (www.jambo.co.za) for their amazing hospitality and beautiful guest house in Green Point. They were given a free night’s accommodation close to the event venue – the ambiance of this lovely guest house also helped Quinton recover from the shock of renting and wearing such formal attire.

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