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Mathurine-Stewart Shows Love To Home Residents

  • Written by  Rawle Paterson
Mathurine-Stewart Shows Love To Home Residents

Residents at the Top Hill Home for the Elderly are now even more aware of the concern the New National Party’s caretaker for Carriacou and Petite Martinique, Kindra Mathurine-Stewart, her family and the women’s arm of the party have for their welfare and well being.

In December of last year, Mathurine-Stewart’s husband and former Senator, Nigel Stewart, donated a brand new flat screen television set to the institution. More recently, on Saturday Mrs Mathurine-Stewart along with members of the women organisation of the party presented a food hamper to the home.

Mrs Mathurine-Stewart told the matron, staff and residents that the gift was further demonstration of how much she and her group cherish and appreciate the role, which the residents of the home have played in their brighter years in helping to shape the society. 

As an act of gratitude, the caretaker said, the onus is now on the current generation like them to do whatever is possible to ensure that the lives of those at the home are as comfortable and enjoyable as is humanly possible.

“We the members of the women’s arm and members of the party would be back to ensure that we do what we can to ensure that we play our part to have you all as comfortable as we can”, said Mrs Stewart. 

Expressing thanks on behalf of the home was acting Matron, Clavia McLean, who assured that all the contents of the basket would go towards the benefit of the residents. The items making up the hamper she said reflected the nutritional needs of the residents of the home.

 

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