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Community club hosting silver dollar drive


Added 26 August 2015


President of the Community Services for the Disadvantage Social Club Desmond Hoyte (right) speaking about the group’s ongoing charity work as public relations officer Keimar Robinson (left) and liaison officer Keisha Hoyte listen in. (Picture by Reco Moore.)

ADDITIONAL HELP will soon be on the way for the disadvantaged members of the society.

The fledgling Waterford, St Michael-based Community Services for the Disadvantaged Social Club is holding a Silver Dollar Drive Fun Day & Fair at Jubilee Gardens on Saturday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. to assist the disabled and disadvantaged children.

President of the club Desmond Hoyte is inviting people to come out and give generously so that they can achieve their $6 000 target. Hoyte said the Silver Dollar Drive is one aspect of the club’s Rebuilding Our Nation project. (YB)


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