Queen Alexandra Retirement Home

By: Fred Weitsz Charity Initiative - Gauteng  05-11-2012
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85 Aged and frail people live at the Queen Alexandra, which was converted from a convalescent home to an old age home in 1920. The inhabitants enjoy Bingo Tuesdays, Movie mornings, trips to their local mall and even their own volunteer opportunities. There are also special events during the year, including music concerts. Read more at http://fredweitsz.co.za/queen-alexandra-retirement-home/

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