The staff of Demerara Bank Rose Hall Town has made life much easier for staff and pupils of the
Rose Hall Town Primary School on the Corentyne. Last Saturday, the bank, supported by the school’s Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) and teachers undertook to rehabilitate the playfield and schoolyard. Pupils suffered much in the past whenever it rained. The yard became very muddy and slushy.
Bank Manager, Ms. Earlene Dawson, said that the bank has chosen to execute the project for the school in collaboration with the town of Rose Hall, which is currently celebrating its 44th anniversary.
“They needed this to be done for a while now, so we stepped in and we had it done for the kids, parents and teachers and we hope it will benefit them.
She noted that the filling and leveling of the playfield was one of the many ventures the bank has been involved in for 2014 and they hope to continue along the same line in giving back to the community in 2015.
Donations were also made to the Canaan Children’s Home and New Amsterdam Dharm Shala by Demerara Bank. Demerara Bank has other locations around the country and has been involved in similar generous contributions.
Head teacher of the school, Mrs. Dean expressed her satisfaction after the project was completed and thanked the financial institution for the undertaking. (Leon Suseran)
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