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Savannah treats charities to fun at circus


Savannah Mall treated several non-profit organisations to a morning at the circus recently.
Children from local shelters and child care organisations stared open-mouthed as the performers of the Mongolian Dream Circus astounded with gravity defying stunts.
Under the watchful eye of ringmaster and owner Batmunkh Khorloo the circus troupe made sure that every single person in the audience enjoyed the show.
Savannah Mall also invited residents of local old age homes to relive the magic of their youth by spending a morning at the circus.
Alladin Pre-school, Centenary Home, Age in Action, Myngenoegen Shelter, Ilron Home, Polokwane Nasorgsentrum vir Volwasse Intellektueel Gestremdes, Sekotopo Old Age Home, Vergeet My Nie Housing Centre, Lebogang Old Age Home and Luthuli Old Age Home were all invited to attend the day courtesy of Savannah Mall.
Savannah Mall Marketing Manager Karen Botha said it was a pleasure to see the joy on the children and older people’s faces.
“We host this special circus show every year to bring smiles to people’s faces and to allow them to forget about their difficult circumstances for a while,” she explained.
Botha said she was very pleased with the reaction to this gesture from Savannah Mall and that it was a pleasure to see so many people get caught up in the enchantment of the circus performance.

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Guests enjoy the circus performer’s acts.

Guests enjoy the circus performer’s acts.