Posts by Hobson and Co

2018 Charity Work

Remedial Reading Project & Whitlock Care Centre Chairman Neil Dodds attended Brandovale Primary School in Klipplaat yesterday for the handover ceremony of the proceedings from one of the Summit Auction charity lots sold on auction on 28 September at Graaff-Reinet. The headmaster, Mr Jacobs, and the three remedial teachers (supported by Five Loaves Two Fish) Mrs Bruiners,…

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Buffalo Cup Invitational Golfday

Buffalo Cup Invitational Golf Day The Buffalo Cup Invitational Golf Day was hosted by Millvale Private Golf Estate on Thursday, 3 May 2018. The day ended with an auction and afterwards some festivities. Congratulations to the winner, Burger Schoeman. Chairman Neil Dodds represented Summit at the event. To see more photos please visit the following…

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Game & Hunt | Norman Adami, Three Valuable Lessons

Game & Hunt | Norman Adami, Three Valuable Lessons ” Divided, we will struggle, but united we will win.” – Building on the success of the 2016 Summit Wildlife Auction, where Louis van der Watt spoke at the pre-auction function, Neil Dodds invited Norman Adami to address the guests at the 2017 pre-auction function 1#…

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Whitlock’s Care Centre Letter to Summit

Whitlock’s Care Centre | Letter to Summit Wildlife Dear Neil and fellow Partners of Wildlife Summit, How right you were when you mentioned in your welcoming that Whitlock’s Care Centre was started in Jansenville by  “OUR”  people of this district.   I stayed at White Hill for 39 years and my dear wife jointed me for…

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De Dam Wildlife visiting Nyumbu Game

De Dam Wildlife visiting Nyumbu Game Member Haydn Krige ( from De Dam Wildlife ) together with his wife, Claire, and business partner, Russel Knott , flew up to Norman Adami, ( Nyumbu Game ) to deliver his De Dam Capture net. Norman Adami was a strong under bidder at Summit Wildlife auction on the…

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Game Auction supports literacy programme in Karoo | Linda Henderson

Eastern Cape Game Sale supports rural literacy program. Text: Linda Henderson It’s the middle of spring but nowhere is there a sign of new life in the dusty rural settlement that once was the bustling railway connection that freighted thousands of tons of produce and passengers to various destinations across the country. Run down railway…

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