CedarBridge Academy held its CBA Pro Shop Fair on Saturday [Nov 28], with a number of displays aimed at car enthusiasts, along with a range of activities for the children in attendance, all aimed at showing off the skills of the school’s automotive students.
Displays and activities included new bikes and cars, emergency vehicle displays, motorcycles, boats, go-karts, face painting, tattoos, bouncy castles, hair braiding, and the opportunity to “get a glimpse of a piece of history.”
Those in attendance included CedarBridge Principal Kalmar Richards, Premier Michael Dunkley and Education Minister Wayne Scott, with the Premier calling some of the auto displays “first class.”
Premier Dunkley said, “It’s great to see the community come together and do something, and CedarBridge has stepped forward and continued to build community relationships.”
“You’ve got the workshop here, with young Bermudians getting involved, and we all know young males like to get their hands on something mechanical.
“I see some really first class machines here. It shows that there is still a lot of emphasis on ‘tech,’ and if we, as a community, play our part and get people involved, and show our young people the opportunity they have there, we can make it happen.”
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