Carole’s Cat Chronicles, 21 April 2017

NOTICE TO FIND A HOME

WE ARE LOOKING FOR A VERY SPECIAL CARING AND LOVING HOME. SOMEONE WHO IS NOT GOING TO GO OVERSEAS, UNLESS THEY GO AS WELL. SOMEONE WHO IS NOT GOING TO MOVE TO A PLACE WHERE CATS ARE NOT ALLOWED. IN OTHER WORDS, A FOREVER HOME.

8 WEEKS OLD AND AND BUNDLES OF ENERGY AND JOY. A tabby boy and a black girl.

CALL MERLE 011 465 0925/ 0836321808 OR CAROLE ON 0824242363

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DONATIONS

I desperately need donations of soft food like pampers, Whiskas, Friskies or Petleys tins.

Last month was heavy on vet bills as we had one cat that had an injury on her side that looked like a large abscess, and then she had another problem under her tail, which turned out to be very infected anal glands.

I am really grateful to the few ladies who donate once a month into the Homeless cat account which is an enormous help, covering some of these vet bills.

We also need some blankets for the winter so if you have any that you can donate please contact me or drop off at Vet to Pet in Lonehill.

Carole Dike

0824242363

 

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New Members co-opted to the LRA Board of Directors

Over the past few months, the LRA Board has seen two valuable Board Members, namely Ken Barter and Rodney Ackermann resign to take up residence outside of the Lonehill area.

The Board are pleased to advise all our members that four new, dynamic individuals have been co-opted on to the LRA Board to share their expertise and work experience with us.

Thomas Mc Minn, a resident of Beverley holds both a Bachelor of Technology (B-Tech) in the Electronic Engineering field, specialising in Telecommunications.  Thomas also holds an MBA and has spent 17 years in the Telecommunications industry.

He describes himself as assertive, analytical, logical, self-driven, strong-willed and results focussed, and know he will be an invaluable asset to the board and community.

Molebogeng (known as Lebo) holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree (Finance and Economics) from Wits University as well as an MBA from the Gordon Institute of Business Science.

Lebo’s strengths lie in both technical and commercial environments as well as Business Operations, Finance, Business Development, Corporate Strategy, Mergers and Acquisitions.  Lebo is a resident of Lonehill Upper East.

Helen Holyoake, is the Owner of Helco Promotions and a specialist in general book publishing, publicity and marketing.  Many of you may know Helen from the parkrun which is held each Saturday in the Lonehill Park.  She is the parkrun Ambassador to the Northern Johannesburg.

Lesedi Mohuba has a B-Tech Dramatic Arts and Film Studies, obtained from the Tshwane University of Technology.  She was a television presenter, production manager and currently Director for Motumisheng investments.  Lesedi owns her own construction and property development business situated in Lonehill.

 

We welcome Thomas, Lebo, Helen and Lesedi to the LRA Board of Directors and look forward to their positive involvement to the betterment of the Greater Lonehill.

Carole’s Cat Chronicles, 12 April 2017

Does anyone recognise this poor cat?  Please contact Suzie on sue.franklin55@gmail.com or 084 522 0264

 

 

Stench in Lonehill – what is the cause?

We are currently receiving numerous complaints from residents about a foul smell that seems to permeate the areas closest to the Jukskei River.  All complaints have been sent through to both Ward Councillors for investigation.  Ward 93 & 94 councillors have requested an urgent meeting to address this issue.

Residents can forward their complaints regarding this “foul smell” to the LRA on admin@lra.org.za  All complaints will be forwarded through to council.

City Life Church Easter Egg Hunt

Join the City Life Church for an Epic Easter Egg Hunt and other awesome activities on Saturday, 15 April in the Lonehill Park from 08h30 to 12h30!

Egg decorating, face painting, tattoos, jumping castles, games, crafts and an opportunity to capture this special moment in our photo booth, are all on offer for an exciting and fun-filled family morning.

Entrance is free, however, a few activities will be charged for so bring cash or your credit card.  A variety of refreshments will also be on sale.  All donations raised on the day will go towards our community projects being the El Roi Home for abandoned babies and Reamogetswe – a preschool for orphaned children.