Eva Hilton Students Donate To Relief Work

KIND-HEARTED students from Eva Hilton Primary School brought hurricane relief supplies from their homes to present to the National Emergency Management Agency at a special assembly on Friday. The presentation at the former Oakes Field Primary was prefaced by the singing of the soul-stirring song, “Reach Out and Touch”.

Administrators noted that the students decided to take items from their homes to give to those in need following the devastating category four storm, Hurricane Joaquin, which damaged the central and south east Bahamas on October 1 and 2.

Accepting the items was Chrystal Glinton, NEMA’s first assistant secretary, who thanked the students and administrators for the gesture, while promoting the rebuilding of stronger and safer communities to replace those devastated by the storm.


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