May 19, 2015 Sports
In a release the country’s most popular youth and sports club saluted Guyana’s new Head of State. “The Management and Members of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club, Guyana’s leading youth and sports organization would like to extend congratulations to H.E. David Arthur Granger on his accession to the Presidency of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana. The club wishes His Excellency success in the execution of his duties and looks forward to a period of growth and development especially in the educational, social, sports and youth development areas. As the RHTYSC has showed over the last twenty five years, success can be achieved through a simple formula of hard work, discipline, honesty, visionary leadership and commitment.”
“We commit ourselves to working with the incoming government to make a positive difference in the lives of youths as we have always done. The RHTYSC strongly believes in the promotion of sports, culture and education in the development of youths and would be very grateful if special emphasis is placed on getting our youths to Say No to Drugs and Suicide and Yes to Sports and Education.
As we celebrate our Silver Jubilee throughout 2015, the RHTYSC recommits itself to working with President Granger and his team to make sure that every youth in Berbice fulfills his/her full potential. We would also like to extend gratitude to members of the former Government of Guyana for their assistance to the RHTYSC over the last two decades especially Prime Minister Samuel Hinds and former Ministers Jennifer Westford and Frank Anthony,” the release concluded.
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