Krystopher Ryan Centre hosts Christmas party

Beadwork, needlework and baking are some of the skills that they teach at the center.

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The Bulletin Newspaper

Physically challenged adults enjoyed streamers, games and a jumping castle at a Christmas party held for them on Friday.
Krystopher Ryan Centre hosted the event while Dorcas Secunda Kitchen treated them with hot dogs and party food. Genesis, PPS and Heaton Valves took care of the finances.
The center caters for adults, from the age of 18 and up. Beadwork, needlework and baking are some of the skills that they teach at the center. Biscuits made by the attendees of the center and are sold to the public. You can order your Christmas biscuits from them before 15 December or help as a volunteer any time you wish.
Dorcas Secunda Kitchen is a charity organization that gives food to less fortunate people throughout the year.
“It’s our way to give back to the community,” said David Philander.

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