The Albion Community Centre Cricket Club (ACCCC) will continue to do as much as possible to assist members and others in the community affected by the Covid19 pandemic.
The club recently distributed food hampers to families of its needy members and senior citizens of the Albion community.
According to a release from the Club, the distribution was done in the Albion Community Centre’s Main Hall.
The funding for the project was made possible through contributions from the Club’s International and national cricketers including the likes of Devendra Bishoo, Adrian Permaul, Anthony Bramble and Gudakesh Motie among others. Also contributing were executive members and sponsors such as Permaul’s Trading and Distribution and Mr. Ajit Mootoo.
Over 60 hampers were distributed and more is to be done. The club had earlier distributed face masks to its members.
The ACCCC, which is among the top cricket clubs in Guyana, is encouraging all to take the necessary precautions in light of the unwanted situation. It is praying that the almighty brings an end to the situation in our country and other affected countries. (Samuel Whyte)
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