There is ZAS drop-in this Friday 12/05/17
Venue:Secular Society Hall
A wonderful day that the Lord had made for us to Rejoice and be Glad in it. We were Over the Moon as the Grand Hall we used is the same room where a week ago Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth had lunch with the Leicester Community leaders.
We had fun, fun, fun and FUN.
Red Cross Leicester thank you for Gracing us with your presence.
Thank you to all who made it possible for this day to be joyous.
A Massive THANK YOU to the organisers, cooks, the chef, MC of the day, Security, dancers/entertainers, speakers and most of all to EVERYONE who was present.
Not forgetting the best Eaters. WE LOVE YOU!!!!!!!
Watch out for the next event!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Below are some photos of the event.
Cooks working hard under the direction of our chef, Linton
Ozzo pasta for Italian Flavors
The food let everybody speechless ! Too busy eating these amazing food
Decoration was stunning and stylish … Ready for our guests
Donald, our security guard … and praying the Lord and saying thanks for our food.
DJs and Dancers..
ZAS Executive members finalising the event logistics.
The Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity (ZAS) Leicester Drop-In Centre (a.k.a. Zimbabwe Association Leicester) was one of 60 community groups that received the Lord-Lieutenant’s Diamond Jubilee Award.
Patson Muzuwa – chairperson of the Zimbabwe Action in Solidarity – talks about what the award ZAS received from Lady Gretton, Lord-Lietenant for Leicester and Leicestershire, means to ZAS:
The Zimbabwe Association Choir was one of the groups that was invited to perform at the Diamond Jubilee celebrations that were held at Narborough Park in Leicester on June 4, 2012:
For more photos from the event, visit the ZAS Leicester Google+ page.
A selection of photos from the ZAS Leicester Drop-in session that was held at the Bishop Street Methodist Church on May 18, 2012: