C&WJ treats infirmary residents

March 30, 2016
Contributed Andrea Mumby, C&WJ regional operations manager, western branches, serves a resident of the St Ann Infirmary.

Residents of the St Ann Infirmary in Priory, St Ann, were given their regular Easter treat of bun and cheese on Holy Thursday, thanks to the Community and Workers of Jamaica (C&WJ) Co-operative Credit Union.

Andrea Mumby, regional operations manager, western branches, once again spearheaded the effort to ensure that the residents had something to celebrate at Easter.


The St Ann's Bay branch of C&WJ provided the bun and cheeses and drinks, and Mumby was on hand to prepare and personally hand out the treat, much to the delight of the appreciative residents.

"It is something we've been doing for a number of years, and the residents here have become accustomed to it and they look forward to it each Easter," Mumby told THE STAR.

"It is something we also look forward to at C&WJ, and we are happy we are able to add a little joy to their lives. This is a small part of what we have been doing for the community over the years, and we look forward to continuing the relationship."

Kitchen staff at the infirmary assisted in preparing the treat, after which Mumby, with tray in hand, ensured that everyone got a taste of traditional Jamaican Easter.

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