Musa Zulu, an author and poet who is a resident in the Pine-Ridge Neighbourhood watch area, is disabled in a wheelchair and he has donated a personalised, signed book to each and every one of our patrollers.
This generous donation was a token of thanks for what we do in the neighbourhood to keep everyone safe. The book is titled Mastering the Art of Self Motivation.
Thank you from Pine-Ridge Neighbourhood watch!
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