The Felix Austin Police College B Division in collaboration with the Berbice Volleyball Association (BVA) will be holding a grand one day volleyball extravaganza, fun day and Bar B Que. The activity will be held today on the Lawns of the Felix Austin Police College, Adventure Berbice beginning at 10:00hrs.
All the top Volleyball teams in Berbice drawn from Orealla and Siparuta up the Corentyne River, New Amsterdam, Corentyne and West Berbice are expected to be in attendance, including power house Port Mourant Training School. There will be categories for both males and females and juniors and seniors. Outstanding teams and individuals will be presented with incentives.
The Police Training School and B Division was recently inducted as a member of the BVA.
Since then regular training sessions were held at the College, new courts were constructed and balls and other equipment were handed over.
Among other activities listed for the day are athletics, football, cricket and basketball. There will also be a number of indoor games including dominoes, whist, table tennis and draughts.
Trophies and other incentives will be up for grabs.
Bar B Que is expected to be served from 13:00 hrs.
Among those expected to be in attendance and a part of the day’s activities and assist with trophies and the presentation of incentives are B Division Commander Assistant Commissioner Ian Amsterdam, Deputy Commander Senior Superintendent Errol Watts, OC No3 Division (Corentyne) Superintendent Kurleigh Simon, Divisional Detective Officer Deputy Superintendent Gary Mc Allister, Community Relations Officer Assistant Superintendent Keith Williams, Commandant of the Training School Assistant Superintendent Antonio Fredericks, Assistant Superintendent Elton Davidson and Assistant Superintendent Yonette Stephen among others. (Samuel Whyte)
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