San­tos Ha­ven g­oes ‘P’

Mossel Bay Advertiser - - Art & Entertainment -

At a re­cent get to­get­her a group t­hat plays bin­go at San­tos Ha­ven e­ach month de­ci­ded to dress up and go “P”.

The group had all man­ner of "Par­ti­ci­pants Par­ta­king in the Par­ty P­le­a­su­re of t­his “P” the­me at bin­go".

No less than 36 pe­op­le at­ten­ded t­his fun­fil­led and spi­ri­ted e­ve­ning.

San­tos Ha­ven will ne­ver be the sa­me a­gain, from a Pimp and Pros­ti­tu­te, Pom Pom gi­rls, Po­li­ce Bob­by, Pen­si­o­ner, P­reg­nant Fai­ry, Pa­per Pla­te, Pi­ra­te, Pic­tu­re Per­fect La­dy, Pro­fes­si­o­nal Gol­fer, Pa­tient, P­rin­cess, P­ri­va­te In­ves­ti­ga­tor, Plaas­vrou, Po­li­ce­man, Po­le Dan­cer, P­ri­so­ner, Pink La­dy, Po­peye, Pie­ter die Boe­me­laar, Proz­zy Past sell by da­te, Pro­fes­si­o­nal Nur­sing Sis­ter, a Par­ty Pooper to a group in their PJs.

"The pho­tos do not do jus­ti­ce to the cre­a­ti­vi­ty and ent­hu­si­as­tic i­ni­ti­a­ti­ves of all the par­ti­ci­pants," a spo­kes­per­son for the group said. "Well do­ne, guys and gals."

The pri­ze win­ners we­re Ernst and Mag­da (aka the pimp and the pros­sie) and Mau­r­een (aka the p­ri­va­te in­ves­ti­ga­tor).

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