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Nelson Bloc group presents schools with dictionaries


Last Thursday, several schools received donations of dictionaries from the newly-formed Nelson Bloc Cultural Organization in conjunction with Montgomery Village Rotary Club in Washington.{{more}}

Public Relations Officer of the group, Sean Brewster said that the group is a non-profit organization which became a legal entity in 2006.

Their main focus, according to the Chairman of the group Kenneth Browne, is to focus on the cultural aspect of life and showcase talent especially in the youths.

“There are a lot of youths around who have talent but not able to express it, if we can go around and we find them, we would give them assistance,” he continued.

“We’re not here for the publicity. What we’re here to do is to promote cultural and also showcase talent,” Browne stated.

The schools which received the certificates were, the Bishop’s College Kingstown, CW Prescod Primary, Barroullie Anglican, Calliaqua Primary, St. Martin’s Secondary, Belair Primary and the Liberty Lodge Boys’ Training Centre.

The group was formed from Digicel Nelson Bloc.