Wills, Wilson, Lindee and Rambarran also honoured
The outstanding contributions of Ansa Mc Al’s Chief Executive Officer and Immediate Past Patron of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club, Ms. Beverly Harper was recognised on Sunday last by the organisation.
Ms. Harper became the fifth recipient of the Club’s highest award, the Dolphin Award of Excellence after receiving same from new Patron of the Club, President David Granger.
Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster hailed the fourth Patron of the club as an outstanding Honorary Patron who led by excellence and distinction.
Foster noted that as a leader and Patron, Ms Harper was highly respected, a positive role model and outstanding friend who stood by the Club in good and bad times. He stated that over the last five years, the Club has successfully expanded its Say No to Drugs, Crime and Suicide Campaign, focused more on its Say Yes to Education and Sports Programme, assisted more less fortunate families and expand its cricket development programme.
He said that Ms. Harper was integrally involved in the forgoing developments. Harper became the fifth awardee of the highly touted Dolphin Award of Excellence after Robert Selman of the Guyana Beverage Company, President David Granger, Jennifer Cipriani of Scotia Bank and Ravi Mangar of Gizmos and Gadgets.
President Granger during his feature address praised Harper for her contribution to the Club as Patron and expressed the hope that he would be able to follow in her footsteps and provide inspiration to the Club and its members.
The RHTYSC, MS also presented the Dolphin Award of Excellence to Marketing Executive of Demerara Distillers Limited – Larry Wills, Kaieteur News Assistant Sports Editor Franklin Wilson and DTV-8 News Editor Gregory Rambarran.
Rambarran has been covering events of the Club for over 20 years and together with Wilson were credited for making the club a household name in Guyana. Wills, has over the last six years been very supportive of the Club and together with Wilson, Metro CEO Avie Lindee and Rambarran were honoured for being role models to youths and outstanding friends of the Club.
The Dolphin Award of Excellence is the RHTY&SC, MS highest award and would only be given to twenty five individuals. Among others who would be honoured shortly are Rajin Ganga of Bakewell, Vice President Carl Greenidge, Onai Vasconcellos of Farfan and Mendes, Kent Vincent of Food for the Poor and Journalist Avinash Ramzan of TVG.
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