The Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC) has committed itself to completing 300 programmes/activities in 2016 under the sub-headings of sports, education, charity, youth and community
development, employment, coaching, anti-crime, anti-suicide among others. The Club’s planned activities over the last week received a major boost with several corporate entities and individuals making contributions.
Attorney at Law Nigel Hughes, Republic Bank (Guy) Ltd, Ming’s Product Service, Cameron and Sheperd, Modern Optical Service, John Fernandes Ltd, Guyana Oil Company (Guyoil), Goodwood Racing Service, 4R Bearings all made various contribution to the RHTYSC 2016 list of activities.
The Management of Mings Products Service donated a large quality of cricket balls to the Club’s Cricket development programme, while Ansa Mcal contributed 100 anti-suicide coloured T/Shirts to its social awareness campaign. Club Secretary Hilbert Foster and Executive member Mark Papanunah received financial contributions from the donors and expressed gratitude to them for their support.
Foster disclosed that the RHTYSC which in 2015 celebrated its Silver Jubilee anniversary with a record 302 programmes/activities has committed itself to surpassing that figure in 2016. Special emphasis would be placed in expanding the Club’s highly successful Say No to Drugs, Crime, Suicide and Say Yes to Education/ Sports programme, its Charity assistance programme to less fortunate families and NGO’s, Community related projects and expanding it’s cricket development programme. The RHTYSC, Foster also disclosed would be actively involved in Guyana’s Golden Jubilee Independence anniversary by hosting at least three major programmes including a Rose Hall Town Nite.
The long serving Secretary/CEO and former National Sports Personality of the Year Awardee reassured all of the donors that their contribution would be used for its intended purpose and all of the Club’s objectives for 2016 would be achieved. The RHTYSC, he stated is currently undertaking an internal assessment of its operations to strengthen its ability to get things done quicker and have a greater impact on society. Special mention was made of Nigel Hughes, DR. Jose Da Silva, Chetram Singh, Ralph Ramkarran, Ricky Deonarine and the Fernandes Family for their support of the RHTYSC.
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