Menu
RSS
The Informer
Bail Denied For  Twenty-Two Year Old Murder Accused

Bail Denied For Twenty-Two Year Ol…

Twenty-two-year-old Dilei...

One Villager Injured in Mount Toute Shooting

One Villager Injured in Mount Toute…

With four criminal charge...

Fire Destroys House In Telescope

Fire Destroys House In Telescope

Police are investigating ...

Changing the Game - In the Limes

Changing the Game - In the Limes

It was an exciting aftern...

New Port On Schedule in Carriacou

New Port On Schedule in Carriacou

The Tyrell Bay port is on...

4 Grenadian U15 cricketers off to Windward Islands duties

4 Grenadian U15 cricketers off to W…

Four Grenadian cricketers...

GMC Test & Tune Event Honours Nigel Cadoo

GMC Test & Tune Event Honours N…

On Sunday 16th July 2017,...

Vin Blaine takes up duties as GFA’s New Technical Director

Vin Blaine takes up duties as GFA’s…

Jamaican Born Vinimore Bl...

Prev Next

NNP Delivers Santa’s Cheer To Young And Old

  • Written by  Rawle Paterson
NNP Delivers Santa’s Cheer To Young And Old

While the New National Party Government is slow in its promise of delivery to the entire nation, the Carriacou and Petite Martinique chapter of the party continues to deliver the goodwill and great cheer to scores of children and senior persons as part of their annual treat.

The weekend prior to Christmas the party’s office on Victoria Street was swamped with hundreds of children who were presented with toys and snacks as part of the annual pre Christmas exercise. The children, accompanied by their parents/ guardians, were all beaming with smiles and words of appreciation at the quality of toys their received.

On the following day Sunday the party office was then taken over by the senior citizens who were served with a balanced and nutritious meal. Those unable to attend the exercise had their lunch delivered. While dining at the party office the senior citizens were entertained with live string band music from Donstan Lawrence and Leroy Sylvester and their team.

The Parliamentary Representative Elvin Nimrod, said that despite the tough financial challenges they continue to recognise the importance of bringing a smile to the face of the children and an opportunity to bring senior citizens together to reminisce while sharing in the togetherness of the season.

Login to post comments
back to top

Sections

Local News

About Us

  • About Us
  • Contact Us
  • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Follow Us