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SOS Africa Somerset West Children's Portraits

21 Sep 2017

After a few wonderful classes outside in the warm sunshine we bring you the incredibly 
talented portraits of the Tereo Aftercare Club children. Each one dedicated to their sponsors.
First up we have the delightfully colourful and generous world of Ryno...
 

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And here's Quinroy looking as energetic as ever (he bounces so much he practically flies)...

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Donvenicia is looking as beautiful as ever and is always sharing a kind message...

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Gideon has added some descriptive characteristics too, "listening well" - Good boy...

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This really illustrates the sunny disposition of Marlene :)

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Last but not least, the smiliest boy you'll ever meet... Sipho, who lives in a world where even the trees smile...
 

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Thank you for your sponsorship and support...

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