The Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTY&SC) will launch its 11th Annual Youth Review Magazine at GT&T Staff Canteen, Hadfield Street, Georgetown tomorrow.
The 48 page Magazine is a production of the Club’s Public Relations & Educational Committee and forms part of the club’s effort to keep the nation informed of its numerous activities and programmes.
Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster who is the Editor of the Magazine disclosed that it was printed at the F&H Printery in Georgetown and was sponsored by Cellink, Banks DIH Ltd, Scotia Bank, IPA Health Care and twenty other sponsors.
CEO of GT&T Yog Mahadeo and Cellink Marketing Director Wystan Robertson will speak at the launching tomorrow while Foster also disclosed that President Bharrat Jagdeo and Minister of Sports Dr. Frank Anthony have also been invited to the launching.
The Magazine which would be used as the club’s 20th Anniversary Souvenir would be shared out to club members, supporters, sponsors, sports clubs, libraries, government offices and overseas based Guyanese.
Meanwhile, the club continued to host activities to mark its anniversary. On Saturday September 3rd, the Rose Hall Town Farfan & Mendes Under-15, Bakewell Under-17, Pepsi Under-19 Teams spent the entire day cleaning the compound of the historic Dyett Memorial Presbyterian Church in Rose Hall Town.
The Church, the oldest in the township has a membership of mostly senior citizens and its compound was badly in need of a facelift.
The young cricketers under their personal development programme cleaned the entire compound and also did some work on the fence.
They also replaced the church’s bell cord and planted a fruit tree in the compound as a symbol to represent the club’s 20th Anniversary.
Elder of the Church, Mr. Arnold King expressed gratitude to the club and the three cricket teams for their fine gesture and noted that as a senior citizen he was delighted to see youths involved in charity work and community development.
He also congratulated the club for its role in shaping its members into positive role models.
On Friday September 10, members of the Club’s Over 35 Group and the Gizmos & Gadgets Under-23 team were involved in a Charity Feeding Programme at the Area ‘H’ Ground. Three hundred boxes of warm meals were shared out to less fortunate students attending schools in township and members of the public.
The feeding programme was sponsored by the Little Guyana Bake Shop of Liberty Avenue in New York.
Twentieth Anniversary celebrations would continue with the launching of the Magazine and the hosting of the Region 6 Educational Awards Scheme this weekend.
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