March 24, 2006

Young leaders bridging the Generation Gap

On Thursday 24th February and 4th March, 2006, the Golden Years Activity Center at Black Point played host to the Young Leaders from Georgetown Secondary School and the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Band respectively. {{more}}

The thirty members of the S.V.G Police Band included Inspector Sampson and the Director A.S.P Williams. They began their presentation with the National Anthem, followed by stirring church hymns and ballads.

The older persons were able to participate and some recited Bible verses while others sang. Sister Bute did her favorite while Bro. David added his portion, which was well received. There were about sixty older persons, some were able to shake their legs while others clapped. In all, it was a very rewarding day.

The Young Leaders from the Georgetown Secondary School led the in devotions, reading from Psalm 91. There was the singing of lively choruses followed by two choral speeches, “De Company Foo Keep” and “She Can’t Say Good Morning” and a dramatic presentation.

The Seniors at the Golden Years Centre are having a very grand time. Today, March 24th, Bethel Care will be having a picnic at the Villa beach, then on the 31st there will be an Exhibition at the National Insurance compound with Golden Grove and Black Point Activity Centers coming together to display their Arts and Craft.