Santa Rosa Secondary gets donation from Atkinson Brothers Football Club

In an effort to aid their preparation for the seventh annual Digicel Schools Football Championships, the Atkinson Brothers Football Club made a timely donation to Santa Rosa Secondary of Moruca.

Ingrid Harris (left), President of the Atkinson Brothers Football Club hands over the balls to Santa Rosa teacher and sports representative Gerard LaRose.

The presentation, which consisted of a cash donation and footballs, was done by President of the Atkinson Brothers Football Club Ingrid Harris.

Receiving the contribution on behalf of the school was teacher and sports representative Gerard LaRose. According to Harris, the donation will aid the school in its preparation for the championships.

LaRose thanked the club for its generosity, noting that the donation will aid tremendously in their training to secure the Region #1 title.


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