RHTYSC outlines list of activities for 2021
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Assistant Secretary/CEO Simon Naidu, Office Manager Joel Pike and Jonathan Rampersaud present the donation to Headmistress Hollis Schweirs.
Assistant Secretary/CEO Simon Naidu, Office Manager Joel Pike and Jonathan Rampersaud present the donation to Headmistress Hollis Schweirs.

… Donation made to RHT Primary School

THE Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC) recently launched its 2021 list of activities which began with a donation to the Rose Hall Town Primary School.
The club and its 10 cricket teams have set themselves a target of 715 activities for 2021 after achieving 707 last year.
The ten teams – Poonai Pharmacy Under-12 and U-13, Farfan and Mendes Under-15, Bakewell Under-17 and Second Division, Pepsi Under-19 and Intermediate, Metro Female, NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour Under-21 and First Division handed over the donation worth $75 000 to the Headmistress Ms Hollis Schweirs during a simple ceremony at the club’s Area ‘H’ Ground.
Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster stated that the planned activities for the year would be held under a wide array of sub-headings including sports, education, charity, community development, youth development, coaching, religion, anti-crime, anti-drugs, anti-suicide, personal development among others.
Special emphasis will be placed on the development of the club’s cricket teams to recruit new members and expose them to different coaching programmes, expansion of the crucial Say No/Say Yes campaign and further upgrading of the Area ‘H’ Ground and office.

The Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) president stated that the Rose Hall Town Primary School and the club share a very cordial relationship. The school produces a lot of cricketers for the club while it also hosts the annual Christmas Village that the ten cricket teams organise on an annual basis.
The donation included a high-pressure water pump, water kettle, football, lawn tennis racquet, face shields, bottles of sanitisers, large pencil sharpener, face masks and a large quantity of stationery. The stationery included paper files, pens, pencils, markers, sharpeners, erasers.
The teams on Friday will also hand over another donation to the Rose Hall Town Outpost of the Guyana Police Force. Headmistress Hollis Schweirs expressed gratitude to the club.
She stated that the RHTYSC has always been very supportive of her school and wished the teams all the best for a successful 2021.

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