The Playroom at St Joseph’s Home for Chronically Ill Children was officially opened on Monday (11 September) as one of the final stages concluding its three-year renovation programme to the hospital. Rotary Signal Hill (District 9350) and Rotary Westerstede (Germany) donated R100,000 towards renovating and changing the playroom. Other donors were the Dieter and Bettina Wulkow Foundation (computers) and Conny Keller and Friends (play equipment, chairs and tables). The playroom has a general play area for general activities, a television, computers, small reading room with books and a music room.  Pictured here are Thea Patterson (director), Seumas Reynolds (Rotary) and Mike Saxby (Rotary).