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ALIV Partners With Eleuthera Police Division to Host Back-to-School Jamboree
Posted on September 5, 2017
by RBPF Public Affairs and Communications Office


On Saturday September 2, 2017, officers from the South Eleuthera district in collaboration with Alive and other NGOs hosted its annual back-to-school jamboree for about about 200 young persons.

The children were treated to games, hair dressings and musical performances and were given an assortment of school items.

The event was attended by the Hon. Hank Johnson, Member of Parliament for area and a host of parents.

Bringing final remarks was Assistant Superintendent of Police Neely, who gave a speech to the youngsters on making positive changes.

This initiative is consistent with the Commissioner's Policing Plan on Working With Young People.


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