MEMBERS of Klub 60 sang some Christmas Carols and enjoyed a lovely braai as part of their final meeting for 2017.
Residents dressed up as ghosts, ghouls, goths and all things creepy for a fun-filled night of frightful enjoyment.
DIT was weer Saterdag Vryheid Moedergemeente se Plaasbasaar by die Water Wheel. En met al die lekker kuier, saam wees en saam lag, saam eet en speel weet ons net dat dit ‘n voorreg is om deel te wees van Vryheid se gemeenskap!
YOUNG men and women from all around AbaQulusi put their best foot forward the previous Saturday as they battled it out for the title of Mr and Miss AbaQulusi 2017.
There were lots of great activities, competitions and all sorts of treats for the whole family.
Cheese and wine on a Thursday evening? Who would have thought, but the event was incredibly well supported by the public of Vryheid, who never miss a chance to dance.
Despite the somewhat windy conditions at the Paddadam, locals and visitors were undeterred and a great day was spent in the sunshine among family and friends.
Women from far and wide were invited to converse about different issues they face as modern day God fearing women.
The finals will be held at Cecil Emmett Hall this Friday.
“With a little bit of effort and a bit of support from the community, we can turn this around,” says Doug Grewar, “If we can do this, we can do anything.”
Nestled in the serene countryside, the tranquil, relaxed atmosphere at Vryheid Junction provides the perfect sanctuary from the hubbub of daily life.