Z-Bandits summer camp 'a success'

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September 27, 2013

The 2013 Z-Bandits Summer Youth Education Outreach Camp has been described as a great success by its coordinator Eugene Collie.

The camp took place at E.P. Roberts Primary School. It attracted more than 100 young people from the Centreville/Englerston area.

The rationale of the program, which is in its eighth year, is to assist school-aged children to develop life-long skills and to foster good work habits. The activities offered at the camp include sewing, cooking, carpentry, dance, basketball, Junkanoo arts, discipline and spiritual upliftment classes. Collie expressed special thanks to all the sponsors of the camp.

"Once again, we say thanks as we are looking forward to your dedication and continuous support for our upcoming 2014 summer camp," he said.

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News date : 09/27/2013    Category : Community/Charity, Education, Nassau Guardian Stories

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