Free Holiday Dinner For Housing Residents

December 29, 2013

The St. George Parish Council in conjunction with the Bermuda Police Service will host a free Post-Christmas Community Dinner for the residents of Gulf Stream and Emergency Housing today [Dec 29] at Open Doors Christian Fellowship Church Hall, St. David’s from 4pm to 6pm.

A spokesperson from the St. George Parish Council said, “We would like to highlight the great work done by Police Community Action Officer Terry Paynter who is the driving force behind the initiative to host a free Post-Christmas but pre-New Year’s Community Dinner for the residents at Gulfstream and Emergency Housing.

Flyer-for-post-Christmas-Dinner

“P.C. Paynter contacted Renee Ming of the St. George Parish Council and as a result they agreed to sponsor the initiative and thus they have come together to put on this event.

“The Council raised the funds for this initiative by doing two sponsored Trash-a-thons organized by Gaylynne Cannonier in conjunction with K.B.B. that were held during November in St. George and St. David’s.

“We would like to thank P.C. Terry Paynter for her efforts as well as Keep Bermuda Beautiful for facilitating the events that made all this possible. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our suppliers for the food: B.G.A., Butterfield & Vallis, Market Place and Price Rite.”

St George Parish Council members include Rev. Gilbert Hayward [Chairman], Senator Renee Ming [Deputy Chairman], Roslyn O’Brien [Secretary], N. Angelique Burgess [Assistant Secretary], Beatrice Signor [Treasurer], Shareena Hall [Assistant Treasurer], Thomas Harvey, Kenneth Bartram, Rev. Henry Armstrong, Gaylynne Cannonier, Karen Carlington and Quinita Francis.

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  1. Caleb says:

    That is very nice that they would do a free dinner for their residents to enjoy.