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First class reception for ladies

Luke Rawalai
Monday, December 10, 2012

THE All Nations Christian Fellowship King's Daughters lived up to their name and reigned the cool Babasiga night with regal and grace as they were treated to a first class reception by their spouses.

Women from the Macuata ANCF circuit flocked in their evening gowns at the Friendly North Inn in Labasa on Saturday night to a first class treatment by their spouses and children as a thanksgiving dinner to appreciate the work done by the women during the year.

Macuata ANCF circuit Kings Daughters were given the red carpet treatment as they made their way into the Friendly North Inn lounge where their children served them as waiters and waitresses while their spouses busied themselves preparing the evening dinner in the kitchen.

Speaking during the evening dinner, ANCF Kings Daughter representative Nanise Ratulailai said the event was the first of its kind and a dinner of thanksgiving and recognition of the work that ordinary mothers and housewives had done throughout the year.

"We have never been more thankful to our spouses and our children who put up a splendid show this evening.

"We really did feel like queens for a night even though we will return to our homes to become the proud housewives and mothers we are," said Mrs Ratulailai.





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