Reverend Dr. Carrington Pinder And Reverend Sabrina Pinder Named Patrons Of The 13th Annual SRC Pushathon

Mon, Jun 10th 2024, 12:25 PM

The Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre (SRC) announces Reverend Dr. Carrington Pinder and ReverendSabrina Pinder as the distinguished patrons of this year’s 13th Annual SRC PUSHATHON. This unique fundraising event is set to take place on June 14, 2024, at 6:00 AM on the SRC campus, located on Fox HillRoad.

The PUSHATHON, a heartwarming and inclusive event, offers the clients of the Geriatrics Hospital the joyof participating by being pushed along the route. This event aims not only to raise funds but also topromote awareness about healthy aging and the importance of staying active among the elderly.

This year’s event holds special significance for the Patrons as it coincides with Reverend Dr. CarringtonPinder and Reverend Sabrina Pinder’s 50th wedding anniversary. The Pinders have a longstandingrelationship with SRC, having frequently visited to conduct services at the Fox Hill Campus and engagewith clients. Their selection as patrons is a fitting tribute to their decades-long commitment to serviceand the community.

“When we received the invitation to be patrons, we were honoured,” said Reverend Sabrina Pinder. “Wethought, wouldn't this be a perfect way to celebrate 50 years of marriage – by doing something we'vebeen doing for 50 years – giving back?”

Reverend Dr. Carrington Pinder, who was the senior pastor of the St. Marks Native Baptist Church on RomerStreet in Fox Hill, expressed his enthusiasm: “Seeing how SRC has helped people within the Fox Hillcommunity over the last four decades is not only a testament to the work it has done but also highlightsthe need for an institution like this. Coming here once again to contribute in this way was an easy decisionfor us.”

The Acting Hospital Administrator, Mrs. Leotha Coleby, emphasized that the goal of this year’s PUSHATHONis to raise $80,000 to purchase a wheelchair-accessible van. This van will significantly enhance themobility and independence of those with impaired mobility, assisting with hospital visits and othertransportation needs.

Dr. Ashley Adderley, the PUSHATHON committee chairperson, encourages everyone to participate. “Theregistration fee is $25 and includes a t-shirt, bag, and water bottle. More importantly, your participationis your small contribution to help push the message that physical activity is important for improvinghealth and wellness at any age or stage of life. We urge sports teams, corporations, and communitygroups to register- make this a team-building exercise or community project. I also wish to once againthank our sponsors; Title Sponsor, Colina Insurance, BTC, Ports International, Sunshine Insurance and theAlpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., our official volunteer organization.

Persons may register to participate virtually on the website at www.pushathon242.com, at the SandilandsRehabilitation Centre Business Office or Public Relations Office or contact the committee the at 364-9600ext. 4049 or 364-9631/ 364-9618 or by email: igrimes@src.phabahamas.org.

Registration fee is $20 and $25 to be paid on the day of the event.

The Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre (SRC) announces Reverend Dr. Carrington Pinder and Reverend
Sabrina Pinder as the distinguished patrons of this year’s 13th Annual SRC PUSHATHON. This unique
fundraising event is set to take place on June 14, 2024, at 6:00 AM on the SRC campus, located on Fox Hill
Road.
The PUSHATHON, a heartwarming and inclusive event, offers the clients of the Geriatrics Hospital the joy
of participating by being pushed along the route. This event aims not only to raise funds but also to
promote awareness about healthy aging and the importance of staying active among the elderly.
This year’s event holds special significance for the Patrons as it coincides with Reverend Dr. Carrington
Pinder and Reverend Sabrina Pinder’s 50th wedding anniversary. The Pinders have a longstanding
relationship with SRC, having frequently visited to conduct services at the Fox Hill Campus and engage
with clients. Their selection as patrons is a fitting tribute to their decades-long commitment to service
and the community.
“When we received the invitation to be patrons, we were honoured,” said Reverend Sabrina Pinder. “We
thought, wouldn't this be a perfect way to celebrate 50 years of marriage – by doing something we've
been doing for 50 years – giving back?”
Reverend Dr. Carrington Pinder, who was the senior pastor of the St. Marks Native Baptist Church on Romer
Street in Fox Hill, expressed his enthusiasm: “Seeing how SRC has helped people within the Fox Hill
community over the last four decades is not only a testament to the work it has done but also highlights
the need for an institution like this. Coming here once again to contribute in this way was an easy decision
for us.”
The Acting Hospital Administrator, Mrs. Leotha Coleby, emphasized that the goal of this year’s PUSHATHON
is to raise $80,000 to purchase a wheelchair-accessible van. This van will significantly enhance the
mobility and independence of those with impaired mobility, assisting with hospital visits and other
transportation needs.
Dr. Ashley Adderley, the PUSHATHON committee chairperson, encourages everyone to participate. “The
registration fee is $25 and includes a t-shirt, bag, and water bottle. More importantly, your participation
is your small contribution to help push the message that physical activity is important for improving
health and wellness at any age or stage of life. We urge sports teams, corporations, and community
groups to register- make this a team-building exercise or community project. I also wish to once again
thank our sponsors; Title Sponsor, Colina Insurance, BTC, Ports International, Sunshine Insurance and the
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., our official volunteer organization.
Persons may register to participate virtually on the website at www.pushathon242.com, at the Sandilands
Rehabilitation Centre Business Office or Public Relations Office or contact the committee the at 364-9600
ext. 4049 or 364-9631/ 364-9618 or by email: igrimes@src.phabahamas.org.
Registration fee is $20 and $25 to be paid on the day of the event.
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