CGX Energy presented a sponsorship cheque valued $1.2 million to Queen’s College student Cecil Cox to facilitate his participation in the 2014 Summer Student Programme for Innovation in Science and Engineering (SPISE) at the UWI campus in Barbados. Cox, who topped the Caribbean in the Sciences in 2014, received the cheque from CGX Manager Tarachandra Khelawan at a brief ceremony witnessed by QC Head Teacher Jackie Benn and NCERD representative Petal Jettoo, a press release from the company said. In December 2013, CGX committed to sponsoring participation by Guyanese science students in the SPISE programme at the Cave Hill Campus. In picture: Cox (second, left) smiles as he accepts the cheque from Khelawan as Benn (left) and Jettoo look on.
Residents of Ruimveldt and lower East Bank Demerara benefitted from medical services at a Community Health Fair hosted by Banks DIH Limited in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) at Thirst Park Sports Club ground last Friday.
At centre is Justin Nedd, CEO of telecommunications giant GTT, along with other men at the company’s Camp and Robb streets branch, where they donned bras and shared out cupcakes to customers for ‘No Bra Day,’ a Breast Cancer Awareness Month activity that was observed on Friday.
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