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Students receive backpacks from St. Andrew's Presbyterian Kirk
  
Friday, 24 August 2012 07:22

Participants in the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Kirk's Tutoring Programme show off the ‘fully loaded’ backpacks they received as a reward for their continuous participation in the Programme. The presentation was made by Reverend Bryn McPhail, Pastor, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Kirk. The students were accompanied by administrators, staff, volunteers and District Constables of the Bain and Grants Town East and West Urban Renewal Centres with whom the Kirk has formed a community partnership. (Urban Renewal Photo/Stephen Taylor) NASSAU, Bahamas -- Participants in the St. Andrew's Presbyterian Kirk's Tutoring Programme show off the ‘fully loaded’ backpacks they received as a reward for their continuous participation in the programme.

The presentation was made by Reverend Bryn McPhail, Pastor, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Kirk.

The students were accompanied by administrators, staff, volunteers and District Constables of the Bain and Grants Town East and West Urban Renewal Centres with whom the Kirk has formed a community partnership.  

(Urban Renewal Photo/Stephen Taylor)

Reverend Bryn McPhail, Pastor of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Kirk, presents a young male participant of the Kirk's Tutoring Programme with a gift certificate and backpack as part of the Kirk's Back-to-School give-a-way programme. The backpacks were donated by McDonald's Restaurants. Kirk Officials stuffed them with a variety of school supplies. (Urban Renewal Photo/Stephen Taylor) Reverend Bryn McPhail, Pastor of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Kirk, presents a young male participant of the Kirk's Tutoring Programme with a gift certificate and backpack as part of the Kirk's Back-to-School give-a-way programme.

The backpacks were donated by McDonald's Restaurants.

Kirk Officials stuffed them with a variety of school supplies.

(Urban Renewal Photo/Stephen Taylor)



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