The Fajara Clubs Easter Family Day

My Magazine 2022/05
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The Fajara club – so much has been spoken about its Golfing and sporting activities – yet the Fajara Club has much more to offer – And last Saturday, we were present, with a multitude of children to experience a fun-filled Easter day – all in the secure, family-friendly environment that the club provides. Relaxed and yet exciting for the children, with a number of simple games conducted by friendly club members, it was certainly a great way to spend an Easter Weekend.

Over 40 children had signed up for this event that included the traditional egg hunt, egg dyeing or egg painting, guessing the weight of some stones in a bottle, hoopla–ring a bottle, and other games, with prizes. Some children just wading & splashing in the pool and some swam or played in the pool under the watchful supervision of swimming instructor Raoul Sambou, giving parents the luxury of a brief relaxing moment while other children engaged with the playful hosts and supervisors. 

 It was an open house day for parents/adults at the club, exhibiting the facilities to non-members with an invitation to join and be a part of this very special club (that has very exciting and not so exclusive membership prices).

 Organised by the Fajara Clubs Main Committee Social Secretary, Mrs Anu Amruth, and her committee team as well as members, do enquire with Club Manager Mrs Veronica Sabin for future events at The Fajara Club, or just enquire with us at My Gambia by WhatsApp or Call at +220 214 0000.

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Established in 1954, The Fajara club moved to its current location in 1971. The Fajara Club and Sir Dawda Jawara - Fajara Club Golf Course is the olde...
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