More donations to police Albouystown project

Members of the business community continue to show support for the Police Force’s “Impact Albouystown” Project which was launched on April 14, 2014, aimed at creating positive changes in the community.

This morning, the police said that General Manager of SATRO, Joseph Satro, and Manager of the Stacie and Stacie Company Kenneth Thomas, made donations of flashlights and football gear, respectively, towards assisting with the implementation of the project.

The donation was made during a meeting of the Project’s Managing Committee that was held in the Commissioner’s Conference Room, Police Headquarters, and was chaired by the acting Commissioner Seelall Persaud.

This police photo shows the donors with members of the police force today.
This police photo shows the donors with members of the police force today.

 

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