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NAGICO Insurance donates TV screen and DVD to Diabetes Assoc.

_3066618814The Montserrat Diabetes Association held a special meeting on Wednesday afternoon, May 8, 2013, during which NAGICO insurances and Judith Greer & Associates presented to the association a 32-inch television and DVD.

Mrs. Greer on making the presentation described how pleased she was, being a member of the Association, but especially representing NAGICO Insurance. “I am here today as a part of the Diabetes Association and secondly on behalf of Nagico Insurances,” she announced.

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Mrs. Valerie Lynch

She expressed commendation to the president Mrs. Valerie Lynch, “for the wonderful work that she has been doing, and may God continue to keep her,” she added, as she explained how Mrs. Lynch approached her with ‘a smile’  for the specific request, “and here we are with the 32 inch TV and the DVD.”

In accepting and expressing thanks for the donation, the President of the Association said the television and DVD will be used for educational purposes. “Let me say how extremely grateful I am to Mrs. Judith Greer and Nagico for once again assisting us and helping us to get this TV and DVD,” she said, adding, “I can assure you that this equipment will be well utilize to further enhance our education programs.”

She then told members that, “One of our objectives is to disseminate information and create awareness about diabetes, and this fits in nicely with the International Diabetes Federation five year campaign which focus on diabetes education and prevention.”

Mrs. Lynch recalled that, “as far back as 2005, at our inaugural meeting, the guest speaker, Dr Samuda, from CFNI, challenged us to invest in diabetes education programmes, as this is one of the solutions to the diabetes problem.”

She closed by thanking Mrs. Greer again, “…many thanks for this generous donation and for being such a good corporate citizen. We are indeed greatly appreciative of your support over the years and look forward to continued collaboration…”

Following the brief presentations the first showing on the TV was a a video from the 1995 inaugural Asssociation meeting, where the guest Speaker addressed them. In that address Dr. Samuda had informed the meeting that prior to then not enough food was a problem while “today it is obesity, eating too much and poorly is the problem.”

Footcare was the focus as they lessened and treated diabetes.

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_3066618814The Montserrat Diabetes Association held a special meeting on Wednesday afternoon, May 8, 2013, during which NAGICO insurances and Judith Greer & Associates presented to the association a 32-inch television and DVD.

Mrs. Greer on making the presentation described how pleased she was, being a member of the Association, but especially representing NAGICO Insurance. “I am here today as a part of the Diabetes Association and secondly on behalf of Nagico Insurances,” she announced.

_7821864822

Mrs. Valerie Lynch

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She expressed commendation to the president Mrs. Valerie Lynch, “for the wonderful work that she has been doing, and may God continue to keep her,” she added, as she explained how Mrs. Lynch approached her with ‘a smile’  for the specific request, “and here we are with the 32 inch TV and the DVD.”

In accepting and expressing thanks for the donation, the President of the Association said the television and DVD will be used for educational purposes. “Let me say how extremely grateful I am to Mrs. Judith Greer and Nagico for once again assisting us and helping us to get this TV and DVD,” she said, adding, “I can assure you that this equipment will be well utilize to further enhance our education programs.”

She then told members that, “One of our objectives is to disseminate information and create awareness about diabetes, and this fits in nicely with the International Diabetes Federation five year campaign which focus on diabetes education and prevention.”

Mrs. Lynch recalled that, “as far back as 2005, at our inaugural meeting, the guest speaker, Dr Samuda, from CFNI, challenged us to invest in diabetes education programmes, as this is one of the solutions to the diabetes problem.”

She closed by thanking Mrs. Greer again, “…many thanks for this generous donation and for being such a good corporate citizen. We are indeed greatly appreciative of your support over the years and look forward to continued collaboration…”

Following the brief presentations the first showing on the TV was a a video from the 1995 inaugural Asssociation meeting, where the guest Speaker addressed them. In that address Dr. Samuda had informed the meeting that prior to then not enough food was a problem while “today it is obesity, eating too much and poorly is the problem.”

Footcare was the focus as they lessened and treated diabetes.