Supreme Promotions treats St Catherine schools

November 06, 2015
Rasbert Turner Photo Isaiah Laing was kept quite busy distributing packages at the treat.
Rasbert Turner Photo Isaiah Laing is all smiles as he gives this book to a student at the treat he organised.
Rasbert Turner Photo These two were all smiles as they stopped for a bite.
Rasbert Turner Photo This youngster poses with a bag he received at the treat.
Rasbert Turner Photo These two were completely caught up in a moment.
Rasbert Turner Photo Dental hygienist, Monique Allen, cleaning the teeth of a student, Kyre Mcalla.
Rasbert Turner Photo These students were extremely happy for the packages they received at the treat.

On Tuesday, scores of students from the Marlie Hill Primary and Infant schools in St Catherine benefited from a health fair and treat organised by Supreme Promotions.

The treat came in the form of dental treatment and giveaways to students courtesy of the entity.

During the day's activities, students from grades one to six had their teeth cleaned and extracted, with some receiving fluoride therapy. This was done by a group of persons from the University of Technology's (UTech) School of Dental Sciences.

"It is a very good venture for us to be able to give back to the community, especially the children. We are thankful for the partnership with Supreme Promotions," Deslyn Neunie, coordinator of the UTech outreach programme, said.

Meanwhile, Chief Executive Officer of Supreme Promotions, Isaiah Laing, said it was his duty to give assistance to the school.

"I can still remember attending this school and whatever help I can give it will be an honour to assist, " Laing said.

He told THE STAR that they also received assistance through I Cool and Flow, adding that he intends to continue such ventures.

Meanwhile, principal of the school, Sybrena Francis-Knight, said it was a timely intervention which is greatly appreciated.

"Laing is a past student of the school and it is great that he is assisting. Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller, also attended here, therefore we have a rich legacy, " she said.

The 64-year-old school has an enrolment of 130 students and is looked upon as a symbol of excellence for the rural farming community.

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