St. Michael Parish Ambassadors, Kerry Rollins and Crystal Providence, along with their Attendant, Maria Mapp, having fun with some of the children??in??the Deacons area earlier this month.

Campers at Camp Funtastic were given greater insight into the tools used in the past to generate energy when the St. Michael Parish Independence Committee (PIC), Ambassadors Kerry Rollins and Crystal Providence and Attendant, Maria Mapp, recently visited its base at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Black Rock, St. Michael.

Project Committee Chairman, Denzil Sandiford, treated the campers, ages seven to 15, to an educational session, taking them back in time with a dramatisation which exposed them to those tools used to generate energy in the past, before electricity was introduced here.

In addition, the campers participated in a question and answer segment and played games with the ambassadors and other members of the PIC.

Workbooks on this year’s parish project Operation Solar: Illuminating the Past…Powering the Future were also presented to the camp.

Camp Director, Rhonda Hall, described the visit as extremely timely and proffered the view that it was beneficial to the children.


Author: CICS/Sharon Austin-Gill-Moore

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