Children of all ages in surrounding areas of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport were treated to gifts, fruit cake, candies and juices on Tuesday as part of the airport’s annual Christmas parade.
A jolly Santa and his many helpers were the highlight of the event. It is the fourth year that the airport staff has pulled off the family oriented affair.
The fun-filled parade kicked off from St. Mary’s Primary School, Soesdyke and made its way to CJIA’s cricket ground, Timehri. Over 1,900 gifts were handed out as well as a wide assortment of candies and Santa hats.
Dacia Samaroo, coordinator of the parade, said that much love was poured into preparations to achieve a successful parade.
“I must commend the staff for going the extra mile. It is something that management will continue to promote for years to come. It was priceless to see children glowing when they saw Santa and his helpers on the sleigh,” she added.
A mini-concert was also held at the ground with some of CJIA’s staff revealing their hidden talents that included singing and dancing.
CJIA’s management extends its appreciation to Digicel, Digital Technology, Thrill Drinks, DDL and Beharry Sweets for their contributions in making the event a success.
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