Castle Bruce Secondary School receives cheque from AID Bank

first_img Share Share Share : L-R Daphne Vidal (Marketing Executive, DDA), Ginette Languedoc (Teacher, Castle Bruce Secondary School), Nyana George (Student, Castle Bruce Secondary School) and Josephine Dechausay Titre (Special Projects / Communication Coordinator, AID Bank). Roseau, Dominica – (May 21, 2012) – The Castle Bruce Secondary School is the recipient of a $500 cheque from the Dominica Agricultural and Industrial Development Bank, one of the co-sponsors of this year’s Tourism Youth Congress (TYC). The cheque was awarded to the school for having successfully competed in the TYC held on May 3, 2012 as part of activities to mark Tourism Awareness Month. Nyana George, a fourth form student and the representative of the Castle Bruce Secondary School, in her first presentation, convinced the judges that vagrancy is a threat to the future of the tourism industry and recommended concrete ways in which the problem can be addressed. Nyanna GeorgeIn the second round, Miss George impressed the judges with her description of her community, Castle Bruce, as the next tourist paradise. She competed against students from the Convent High School, the North East Comprehensive School, the Pierre Charles Secondary School, the Dominica Community High School, the Dominica Grammar School, the Orion Academy, the Portsmouth Secondary School, the Saint Mary’s Academy and the Wesley High School.Nyana George will represent Dominica at the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s Tourism Youth Congress in St. Kitts and Nevis in October 2012. Press Release Tweetcenter_img EducationLocalNewsSecondary Castle Bruce Secondary School receives cheque from AID Bank by: – May 22, 2012 183 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!last_img

first_img Share Share Share : L-R Daphne Vidal (Marketing Executive, DDA), Ginette Languedoc (Teacher, Castle Bruce Secondary School), Nyana George (Student, Castle Bruce Secondary School) and Josephine Dechausay Titre (Special Projects / Communication Coordinator, AID Bank). Roseau, Dominica – (May 21, 2012) – The Castle Bruce Secondary School is the recipient of a $500 cheque from the Dominica Agricultural and Industrial Development Bank, one of the co-sponsors of this year’s Tourism Youth Congress (TYC). The cheque was awarded to the school for having successfully competed in the TYC held on May 3, 2012 as part of activities to mark Tourism Awareness Month. Nyana George, a fourth form student and the representative of the Castle Bruce Secondary School, in her first presentation, convinced the judges that vagrancy is a threat to the future of the tourism industry and recommended concrete ways in which the problem can be addressed. Nyanna GeorgeIn the second round, Miss George impressed the judges with her description of her community, Castle Bruce, as the next tourist paradise. She competed against students from the Convent High School, the North East Comprehensive School, the Pierre Charles Secondary School, the Dominica Community High School, the Dominica Grammar School, the Orion Academy, the Portsmouth Secondary School, the Saint Mary’s Academy and the Wesley High School.Nyana George will represent Dominica at the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s Tourism Youth Congress in St. Kitts and Nevis in October 2012. Press Release Tweetcenter_img EducationLocalNewsSecondary Castle Bruce Secondary School receives cheque from AID Bank by: – May 22, 2012 183 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!last_img

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