Falmouth Business Donates to Liberta Primary School
Tuesday 18th September, 2018-Parliamentary Representative for the St Paul constituency, Hon. E.P Chet Greene, has issued a challenge to one of the leading businesses in the area to make a five-year commitment to the Liberta Primary School.
The challenge was issued on Tuesday during a brief ceremony held at the school where the Falmouth Marina presented a set of school supplies to the school.
In accepting the gifts on behalf of the school, Greene thanked the company for its commitment to education in the area noting that last year a similar donation was made to the Cobbs Cross Primary school.
Greene noted that the Falmouth Marina is a leading company operating within the constituency, that possesses an active social outreach initiative, and urged the Company to partner with the school in a five-year relationship to provide resource assistance to the institution thus ensuring that the students are properly prepared with a solid primary school education.
He also called on other businesses in the area to become involved in tangible ways to assist the educational institutions in the constituency.
Manager of Falmouth Marina, Robert (Bobby) Reis, said his company is a locally-owned company that is committed to nation building. He reminded the students that the current parliamentary representative was at one time a student at the Liberta Primary School and he aspired to greatness. He said the possibility exists that any one of them may grow up to be the representative one day. He called on the students to make use of the school supplies in the furtherance of their education and to make their school, parents and community proud.
He noted that the donation to the school is the latest in a series of outreach activities to help sporting, educational and other interests in the community.
The school supplies included books, pencils, pens, glue, manila paper, scissors and rulers.