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01 June 2015

A simple yet elegant affair.  The Khayalethu Art & Wine Auction 2015 was nothing short of classy, relaxing and fun and ofcourse with its added bouts of goosebumps!  The boys from The Khayalethu Youth Centre, lead by Niqui Cloet-Barrass wowed the guests with a breathtaking performance of Josh Groban's YOU RAISE ME UP!

KHAYALETHU YOUTH CENTRE BOYS     guests

Amazing prizes were handed out to the guests, whom already had received goodie bags filled with yummy treats.  Whilst they enjoyed their meals paired with a generous selection of wines to savour.

Magnetic Storm makes a note of marking this event on their calendar as one they believe in and feel proud in supporting and sponsoring their services to, and look forward to creating a lasting relationship with continued involvement and support for this initiative.

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