David Foley of Ward 94 was one of the local councillors to take part in the Spruit Day initiative in 2017. Photo: Robyn Kirk
Community members are urged to put on sunscreen, hats and gloves, and join in on this year’s Spruit Day in the Fourways area.
Ward 94 councillor David Foley, Kyalami and Lonehill residents, and Greater Kyalami Conservancy (Gekco) will be cleaning up along the Jukskei River on 15 September.
Gekco has shared the details on their Twitter page. Photo: @GEKCO_SA
Check out some of the highlights of last year’s Spruit Day …
Spruit Day volunteers meet at the Land Rover Experience on Main Road before crossing the road to clean up around the Jukskei River. Photo: Robyn Kirk
Councillor David Foley wants residents to know that there are other ways to care for our environment after Spruit Day. Photo: Robyn Kirk
Some of the 18 volunteers who cleaned up the Helderfontein Estate side of the Jukskei River on Spruit Day, collecting between 50 and 60 bags of refuse all by themselves.
Sidney Fraser and Danishka Moodley, both in Grade 11 at Crawford College Lonehill, along with a number of their schoolmates, take part in the cleanup as part of community service. Photo: Robyn Kirk
Volunteers of Crawford College Lonehill clean up along the river bank. Photo: Robyn Kirk
Volunteers gather for a group photograph before heading off to begin cleaning up the Jukskei River. Photo: Robyn Kirk
A discarded car tyre is dragged out of the Jukskei River by volunteers cleaning up the Helderfontein Estate side of the river.
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