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Sagicor Adopt-a-school students celebrate fathers

Published:Monday | June 20, 2016 | 6:00 AM
Adopt-a-school vice-captain Deanne Logan-Johnson assisting the students of the pre-K class as they make cards to celebrate Father’s Day.
Ahead of Father’s Day, little Yetavi Bruce presented her father Sheldon Bruce with a greeting card that she made at school.
Omar Lindsay and his son Quanmarion were caught in an embrace at the Sandy Park Basic School. Sagicor Foundation volunteers visited the school to help the children to make Greeting cards for Father’s Day.
Sagicor’s Suzette Shaw-Reid shows a recently taken selfie with John-Amarii and Shawna from the Dunrobin Early Childhood Institution.
Some of the greeting cards made by students of the pre-K class at the Dunrobin Early Childhood Institution.
Assistant manager for corporate social responsibility at Sagicor, Garfene Grandison, shares a light moment with John-Amarii after designing a Father's Day card.
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Anyone can buy a tie and call it a Father's Day gift. But this year, the Sagicor Foundation used Father's Day as an opportunity for the adopt-a-school children across the island to stretch their creative muscles by creating a specially made and more meaningful greeting card for their fathers. This initiative was organised to build the self-esteem of the children as well as to shine the spotlight on the father figures who are taking their roles seriously as breadwinners. Here are some of the special moments.