Seniors treat By HAZEL ALLIES-HUSSELMAN - April 10, 2019 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Margaret Forgus, 83, from Crawford, Tina Hofstander, 60, from Crawford, Susan Bowers, 70, from Kewtown, and Apostle Eddie Elias, 68, from Crawford, enjoyed the fellowship. Ward 48 councillor, Magedien Davids, hosted 400 seniors at the Dulcie September (Athlone) civic centre on Thursday April 4. The seniors were spoiled with a scrumptious lunch, entertainment and each received a gift. 1 of 6 Margaret Forgus, 83, from Crawford, Tina Hofstander, 60, from Crawford, Susan Bowers, 70, from Kewtown, and Apostle Eddie Elias, 68, from Crawford, enjoyed the fellowship. Thelma Klassen, 62, from Manenebrg, Shamiela Etalla, 54, from Hanover Park, and Mymoena Arend, 65, from Sunnyside enjoyed each others company. Sedick Soeker, 79, from Crawford, was among the guests. The Family Entertainers transported the seniors to their younger days with their music. From left, are Haroon Kenny, Sedick Hendricks, Sumaya Hendricks, and Sedick Daniels. James Poggenpoel, 88, was the oldest man in the hall. Here Ward 48 councillor, Magedien Davids, hands Mr Poggenpoel a gift basket. Violet Simons, 93, from Sunnyside, received a bouquet for being the oldest woman in the hall. With her are, from left, Sub-council 17 chairperson, George March, Western Cape MEC for Social Development, Albert Fritz, DA proportional representative councillor, Garin Cavanagh, Sharna Fernandez, the Speaker for the Western Cape provincial legislature, and Ward 48 councillor, Magedien Davids.