What is South Coast Hospice’s Rainbow Room used for?

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What is the Rainbow Room at Kingfisher House used for? What do dragonflies prefer to eat?

If you knew the answers to these questions and many more, you could have been the South Coast Hospice Quiz Night winner.

South Coast Hospice held its first quiz night of the year on Thursday at The Lion’s Den in Umtentweni. Five teams competed with Team Pro-Vision (pictured below) being the night’s champions.

Although defending champions, The Lion’s, lost on their home turf, they were still the heroes of the evening with their warm and generous donation of the venue for the quiz night. Guests enjoyed popcorn, and delicious vienna and chicken hot dogs were on sale.

“We were happy to welcome four returning teams and one new team. Thank you to the Port Shepstone Lions for sponsoring the venue,” said BT King, South Coast Hospice’s fundraiser (pictured below).

“We have a series of quiz nights planned for the year and we look forward to welcoming new teams and more exciting competition. Our grateful thanks to our quiz master, Tracy Visagie, for volunteering her time and effort,” added King.

Joanne Beaumont was the lucky winner of a popcorn maker that was raffled on the evening.

So, what is the Rainbow Room at Kingfisher House used for? The Rainbow Room is the children’s palliative care room in the Kingfisher House Inpatient Unit at South Coast Hospice.

And if you want to keep your dragonfly happy, be sure to feed it mosquitoes or fruitflies.

For more information on South Coast Hospice’s next quiz night, keep an eye on social media or contact Joy on 039 682 3031 or 079 309 2874.

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