Graceland Hotel Casino and Country Club gives to charity
05 May 2011
Graceland Hotel Casino and Country Club has a soft spot for education and to help those in need of an education, it is sponsoring R5 000 towards a total of R12 000 being donated to the Mpumalanga Land Service Project this month.
This exciting presentation will take place during the ever popular "Wiele Skou" over the weekend of 21 and 22 May where two fortunate schools, a primary and a high school in Mpumalanga will share the sponsored prize. To add to the excitement a lucky draw will also take place at Graceland during the show where guests can buy their tickets at the entrance. A ticket holder will stand a chance to receive R5000 in cash at the draw. As always the excitement never stops at Graceland, three lucky couples will win one of three accommodation prizes from the Peermont group.
"Education is the corner stone of substantial growth in society and therefore at Graceland we believe that it is important to invest in young people's education. We hope this donation will assist the two schools in their endeavor to achieve their goals," says Graceland General Manager Hennie Steenkamp.
On 5 June, guests and their families at Graceland can enjoy "Musikale Mania", a musical extravaganza with performances from some of South Africa's talented singers. Artists such as Dozi, Amor Vittone, Bianca Le Grange, Adam, Zak Van Niekerk, Jamie - Lee Sexton, Tonge Los, Jannie Moolman and Hennie Jacobs (aka Diederik from 7de laan) will take to the stage with show-stopping acts. Tickets are sold from R150 per person, children younger than 12 years enter free. Tickets are available at www.computicket.com. Doors open at 13h30.