The Adele Searll Committee sends our club members, friends and their families well wishes and good health during this time. Furthermore as a club we are there for each and every one of our members; please reach out and stay connected with one another during this time. As a non-profit organisation, we are there for the community at large and in particular our bursars. Michaela, Vuyani, Jenna and Michaela are all fine under the circumstances and they are continuing their studies from home.
We were hopefully optimistic that we might see one another for lunch on 21 May 2020, when we were to be addressed by our scheduled speaker DA Minister, Bonginkosi Madikizela, regarding what’s new and what’s next in this ‘new normal’ we call home. Minister Bonginkosi Madikizela has assured us they are doing everything in their power to flatten the curve. The lunch will not take place but we may well be able to bring you the talk from Mr Madikizela in another format at a different time.
We are hopeful Ted Blom, our scheduled speaker for March, who was postponed under the circumstances, will address us in June, regarding the current status of Eskom.
We are grateful we were able to launch the inaugural Adele Searll Connect evening in early March with speaker Joseph Jaffe and we hope and look forward to welcoming new friends from the Connect evening to future Adele Searll 100 Club lunches.
I have no doubt Adele Searll would be proud of the continued support we receive from members and the great work the club is doing in the community. This is the time to stay in touch and not feel alone.
Please feel free to get in touch with any of the Committee Members with any questions or to simply stay in touch or to donate to any of our charities.
Chairperson Adele Searll 100 Club