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A group of marginalized individuals were blessed with the gift of a hot meal, by students of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School on Friday June 16th. As part of their Education for Democratic Citizenship class, the pupils fed a couple of less fortunate people at the Constitution Park in Castries.
Class teacher, Mrs. Judelia Medard-Santiesteban noted that the students made the decision to embark on this endeavor all on their own. She expressed elation that these young minds saw it fit tackle what is a pertinent issue. The educator further went on to note that the program showcased what is possible when young people make a deliberate effort to do good in the community
“I think this goes a long way in helping [the students] to see and to realize that they have a lot to be grateful for and that they can exercise a bit more compassion and sharing with others in their community, who don’t have as much as they do”, she said.
The students were also happy to be participating in this event, with one pupil stating that “this is something everyone should do.”

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Quinn St. Juste

Quinn St. Juste is a young journalist, with a background in Tourism Management. He has a passion for social and commerce related topics.

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