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LIME awards scholarships to new MSS students, concluding their new offices promotions and celebrations

On Friday, September 2, 2011, LIME, Montserrat General Manager, Joseph Cassell and his team presented four deserving families with scholarships for their children about to enter the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS).

Cassell explained that the students were selected with the help of the Community Services Department within the Ministry of Education, Health and Community Services. Each scholarship encompasses the major needs of a child as they begin the 2011/2012 school year.

Vonroy Allen, Tycia Rodney, Wendicia Aymer, Joseph Cassekk, and Brendan White

The students are Shawante Roach, Kajuanne Kirwan, Kenny Fenton, and Vakita George.

Each student received financial support to cover all of their text and exercise books, four full sets of the MSS school uniform, physical education uniform, school shoes and sneakers, one-year access to Go-SAT for the Caribbean Examinations, and free internet access for the homes presently without this service.

Proud father Leroy Fenton said he was very touched to know that his son was selected to receive the scholarship and thanked LIME for doing so. He echoed the sentiments and feelings of the other parents present as he thanked LIME as he said that he will encourage his son Kenny to do his best as he enters high school.

It was quite noticeable after current news from the Director of Education’s statement that the schools generally had been showing poor returns in Maths, that all the students noted Maths as their favourite subject. Each of them also shared the parents expressions of gratitude to LIME, stating that they are looking forward to, “getting a good education and behaving myself at school,” one of them added, another saying, “I feel wanted.”

At the same event, LIME was showing their concern for the other spectrum of the school’s education. During the same ceremony four MSS graduates were awarded for successfully completing a one-month attachment at the telecommunications company. Vonroy Allen, Wendicia Aymer, Tycia Rodney, and Brendan White worked in various sections of LIME including customer service, sales, financial services, and service delivery.

Wendicia prepared a speech for the occasion and spoke on behalf of the graduated students. “My overall experience at Lime was a very rewarding one where what I’ve learned at school was reinforced,” she said, enumerating their exposure to the various areas of the telecommunications services.
Wendicia speaks about her experiences at LIME and says thanks.
In picture – Manager congratulates Wendecia

The manager closed off the event by reminding that for Montserrat and the region LIME, “we are here  to support the community; the tools that are available to other people are available to the students in Montserrat as well…”

Miss Edris Wade witnessed the award ceremony representing the Community Services Department. On the department’s behalf she expressed appreciation to LIME for its support to the community.

 

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On Friday, September 2, 2011, LIME, Montserrat General Manager, Joseph Cassell and his team presented four deserving families with scholarships for their children about to enter the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS).

Cassell explained that the students were selected with the help of the Community Services Department within the Ministry of Education, Health and Community Services. Each scholarship encompasses the major needs of a child as they begin the 2011/2012 school year.

Vonroy Allen, Tycia Rodney, Wendicia Aymer, Joseph Cassekk, and Brendan White

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The students are Shawante Roach, Kajuanne Kirwan, Kenny Fenton, and Vakita George.

Each student received financial support to cover all of their text and exercise books, four full sets of the MSS school uniform, physical education uniform, school shoes and sneakers, one-year access to Go-SAT for the Caribbean Examinations, and free internet access for the homes presently without this service.

Proud father Leroy Fenton said he was very touched to know that his son was selected to receive the scholarship and thanked LIME for doing so. He echoed the sentiments and feelings of the other parents present as he thanked LIME as he said that he will encourage his son Kenny to do his best as he enters high school.

It was quite noticeable after current news from the Director of Education’s statement that the schools generally had been showing poor returns in Maths, that all the students noted Maths as their favourite subject. Each of them also shared the parents expressions of gratitude to LIME, stating that they are looking forward to, “getting a good education and behaving myself at school,” one of them added, another saying, “I feel wanted.”

At the same event, LIME was showing their concern for the other spectrum of the school’s education. During the same ceremony four MSS graduates were awarded for successfully completing a one-month attachment at the telecommunications company. Vonroy Allen, Wendicia Aymer, Tycia Rodney, and Brendan White worked in various sections of LIME including customer service, sales, financial services, and service delivery.

Wendicia prepared a speech for the occasion and spoke on behalf of the graduated students. “My overall experience at Lime was a very rewarding one where what I’ve learned at school was reinforced,” she said, enumerating their exposure to the various areas of the telecommunications services.
Wendicia speaks about her experiences at LIME and says thanks.
In picture – Manager congratulates Wendecia

The manager closed off the event by reminding that for Montserrat and the region LIME, “we are here  to support the community; the tools that are available to other people are available to the students in Montserrat as well…”

Miss Edris Wade witnessed the award ceremony representing the Community Services Department. On the department’s behalf she expressed appreciation to LIME for its support to the community.