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A Merry Christmas To All Our Readers
St Francis today would like to thank all of our readers for the support and interest shown in the newsletter over the last few months. The former editor Colin Watt left big shoes to fill. Many people miss him and his inimitable style as editor.
Still, there have also been many readers who have expressed their enjoyment of the direction the newsletter has taken. So thanks to you all, and best wishes to Colin, who is still recovering after his operation. Hopefully, we will hear from him soon.
St Francis Today will be mainly offline over the next few weeks, but we shall be in touch. Have a great Christmas and New Year.
Off The Menu Cooking Xmas Meals For Sea Vista
Off the Menu Food Emporium St Francis Bay is closed on Christmas Day. So instead, Conrad Gallagher and some of the team will be paying it forward and cooking meals for the less fortunate this Christmas Day.
They will endeavour to serve 100 hot meals to the Sea Vista, China Town community at 11.30 on Christmas Day morning from the Off The Menu food truck parked outside the clinic.
This is a fantastic gesture from Conrad and his team at Off The Menu Food Emporium, and hats off to the team for this contribution to those less fortunate in Sea Vista.
Anyone who would like to contribute to this great endeavour and donate any food parcels can drop them off at Off the Menu before 8 pm today, Christmas Eve, 24th December.
Kromme River Guidelines
For those of you who are going to be spending time on the Kromme River over the next two weeks, please familiarize yourselves with the Krommer River Guidelines
St Francis Property Owners Association
If you are a resident or property owner in St Francis Bay, we would like to urge you to join the St Francis Property Owners Association.
The subscription is just R500 a year (R330 for pensioners).
There are ten excellent reasons to become members of the St Francis Bay Residents/Ratepayers Association.