MSS Tiffany gets one of ECCB RSS ARU top award

by B. Roach

In the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) and the Regional Security System – Asset Recovery Unit (RSS ARU) inaugural Creative Youth Competition, Tiffany Weekes who just before graduating from the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) took the third place in the age category 13-16  yrs-old.

Tiffany receives trophy

Tiffany was among the top winners of the Competition which is part of the ECCB’s Community Outreach Programme, aimed at encouraging critical and innovative thinking as well as raising the awareness of secondary school and community college students in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) on issues of economic and social development. The 132 entries from the eight states of the OECS wrote on the topic: “Towards a Cashless Society: Challenges, Opportunities and Realities for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union”

Tiffany Weekes (lt) and Indyriah Crichlow (rt) with Angela Estwick

Miss Angela Estwick, ECCB-Country Manager, Montserrat attended the MSS morning assembly on November 11, 2019, to congratulate and present the winner and others with awards and Certificates. Tiffany gained eight grade ones in the CXC examinations this year.

Indyriah Crichlow received a certificate awarded Best in Country, an award made to the best essay in each territory after the top awards.

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by B. Roach

In the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) and the Regional Security System – Asset Recovery Unit (RSS ARU) inaugural Creative Youth Competition, Tiffany Weekes who just before graduating from the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) took the third place in the age category 13-16  yrs-old.

Tiffany receives trophy

Tiffany was among the top winners of the Competition which is part of the ECCB’s Community Outreach Programme, aimed at encouraging critical and innovative thinking as well as raising the awareness of secondary school and community college students in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) on issues of economic and social development. The 132 entries from the eight states of the OECS wrote on the topic: “Towards a Cashless Society: Challenges, Opportunities and Realities for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union”

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Tiffany Weekes (lt) and Indyriah Crichlow (rt) with Angela Estwick

Miss Angela Estwick, ECCB-Country Manager, Montserrat attended the MSS morning assembly on November 11, 2019, to congratulate and present the winner and others with awards and Certificates. Tiffany gained eight grade ones in the CXC examinations this year.

Indyriah Crichlow received a certificate awarded Best in Country, an award made to the best essay in each territory after the top awards.