Antigua Motors donates 200 face masks to the School for the Deaf


In a gesture of good will, General Motors in collaboration with its local agent Antigua Motors has donated 200 disposable face masks to the students and staff of the School for the Deaf.

The masks will come in handy for students as they prepare to return to school on the 21st of September.

General Motors is the manufacturer of Chevrolet vehicles which are sold through local agents Antigua Motors.

Mr. Paul Ryan indicated that they were pleased to donate to the differently able members in society through the school.  It is his hope that the masks will benefit the students and staff of the institution keeping them safe from the dreaded Corona virus.

Principal of the school Dianne Archibald expressed thanks for the timely donation which she said will help parents to better equip their children given the challenges of the COVID-19 environment.  The staff, students and parents are indeed grateful to Mr. Ryan for his thoughtful gift.

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  1. Excellent point. Lip reading is an integral part of communication for the deaf community, especially teachers to students.

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