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UCT brings Christmas to Society Primary

f Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust On Friday, December 7, 2007, children of Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust, and were treated to a short programme put on by the ISCF (Inter-school Christian Fellowship). Students of various primary schools as, part of the UCT’s ‘shoebox’ project prepared these gifts. Wibisco also provided refreshments.
f Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust

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f Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust

f Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust
The United Caribbean Trust has adopted the Society School. Jenny Tryhane noted how Society Primary holds a special place in her heart since she attended the Codrington school which is located next to the Society Primary. Heather, the ISCF Leader, who attended the Society School, also shared this sentiment. Although they would not have had the opportunity to meet and interact while going to school, Tryhane announced that being able to meet with Heather and plan activities for the school was a blessing to her.
Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust
Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust
Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust
Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust Tryhane also mentioned that the projects the Trust undertake do more than just charity but they also bridge the gap between the races, the rich and poor, as well as bridge the gap between the youth and elderly. She also stated that partnering with the youth organisations under theImagine Me’ project has provided the human resources needed to complete the projects such as the upcoming projects for the Society School.

The first project proposed by Tryhane is to paint the school during the summer vacation next year. To aid this project, Tryhane is also appealing for public donations of paint and tools. She said, “ We want to make this hall a beautiful hall for you. We want to paint the hall and all the classes as well. We will appeal for the public’s help. We will need some paint. We have lots of young people who will work on this project. When you return to school afterwards we want you to have a beautiful society.”

Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust
Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust
Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust
Society Primary received decorated shoeboxes filled with toys and other goodies from the United Caribbean Trust

Cliston Burke, principal of Society Primary thanked the United Caribbean Trust for the gifts and also assured the Trust that he will support them whenever the opportunity arises. In his closing remarks he said, “ I wish express thanks to Jenny and the Trust for their involvement in such a worthwhile programme as the shoebox project. We are thankful for those who donated gifts to the children. We are sure that the promises made to have the school spruced up will happen and are boys and girls will have a brighter environment to work in“.

He also acknowledged the importance of the projects promoted by the Trust in building the character and morals of the children. He said, “ We also appreciate the work done by the United Caribbean Trust in building up the moral fibre of the children of Barbados which is something we cannot neglect in these days in which we live in. I trust that this will be the foundation for them to develop good character and help in their upbringing. We certainly look forward to working with this organisation and we thank the media for covering this event.”

By Akilah Bishop Compliments of the Barbados Advocate

History:

Society Primary School is one of the Educational Institutions constructed on two large sugar Plantations owned by a wealthy sugar planter called Christopher Codrington 111. He inherited this fortune from his father and grandfather Christopher Codrington 1 and 11. Society Primary School does not have an origin of its own but its history is intrinsically rooted in the history of the Plantation.

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"This is the most exciting thing I've seen for kids in years and I've worked in children's ministries for 30 years." Ann Bailey, Children's Ministry Director, First Presbyterian Church, Warsaw.

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