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Parish Ambassadors and Attendants wanted


Added 24 January 2018


The Community Independence Celebrations Secretariat (CICS) is inviting all interested people to apply for the positions of 2018 Parish Ambassadors and Attendants in their respective communities.

Parish Ambassadors should be between the ages of 18 and 30, while Attendants must be 26 years old and over. Candidates must have a sense of community pride, be willing to learn and work with others and should reside in the parish in which they are seeking selection.

The Parish Ambassadors must be chaperoned by Attendants selected by the Parish Independence committees. The Attendants must be willing and available to chaperone the Ambassadors at all times and be willing to work within their respective parishes.

Those interested should contact the CICS at 621-2700 as soon as possible. (BGIS)


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