Sons And Daughters Of Willikies Join Fight To Keep Villagers Safe From Covid-19

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On Thursday February 4, SONS AND DAUGHTERS of WILLIKIES continued to live up to its founding mission when it joined the fight to keep its villagers safe from COVID-19 that has seen so many persons around the world infected and many others succumbing after being infected.

The organization – both local chapter in Antigua and Barbuda and its North American chapter in the New York and the Tri-State area – made timely donations to a number of local and surrounding institutions.

These institutions received from SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF WILLIKIES Temperature Guns, Disinfectants, Hand Sanitizers, Facemasks both N-95 and reusable/washable masks, Face shields, Digital Temperature checks for small children.

The  recipients  of this timely donation were Nelvie N. Gore Primary School, Willikies Child Development Center, Gilbert’s Memorial Methodist Church and St. Stephen’s Anglican Church. The group also made individual donation of disposable underwear and food packages to persons in the villages of Willikies and Glanvilles.

In accepting the timely donations, the Principal Mrs. A. Spencer of the Nelvie N. Gore Primary School thanked the president and her team for the outpouring of resources that they have received and conveyed her thanks on behalf of all the students, staff and her personal thanks.

She said that although the school has closed from physical sessions and has gone online, once they return to in person learning they will be using the supplies to continue the safety and protection of students and staff.

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  1. One of the very few groups that put their money where their mouth is…….always coming through for their less fortunate. Can that be the reason why they lead the country with the most centurions? Great Job folks!!!!

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