Hits: 268 Created on 22 July 2015 Written by MSDH Category: COMMUNITY
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BE A SPICY PARENT FOR THE CARNIVAL SEASON

ST. GEORGE -- As our societies continue to evolve, so too should techniques related to parenting. Challenges such as the influence of social media, peer pressure, childhood obesity and overall safety of children pose major concerns to parents. However, there is help; and there is hope.

Read more: YOUR RESPONSIBILITY, MOM AND DAD!
 
Hits: 300 Created on 20 July 2015 Written by FCIB Category: COMMUNITY
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CIBC FIRSTCARIBBEAN COMMITS TO GRENCODA'S STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME

St. George -- For the twelfth year in row, CIBC FirstCaribbean has once again partnered with the Grenada Community Development Agency (GRENCODA) to provide much-needed resources for the non-profit organisation's' Student Assistance Programme (SAP).

Read more: HELP FOR SOUND EDUCATION
 
Hits: 468 Created on 01 July 2015 Written by George Category: COMMUNITY
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TRIBUTE TO LEO TE BOEKHORST

Losing a loved one is never an easy thing to come to grips with. And various persons will handle death in a myriad of ways.

Read more: HASTA LA VISTA, MI AMIGO!
 
Hits: 278 Created on 14 July 2015 Written by George Category: COMMUNITY
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REPUBLIC BANK'S STAFF TEAM UP WITH ROYAL GRENADA POLICE FORCE

St. George -- Republic Bank's Grenville Cluster continues its spirit of volunteerism and community development as Staff from the Grenville and Sauteurs Branches turned out to assist the Royal Grenada Police Force - Eastern Division, in painting pedestrian crossings around the town of Grenville, Sunday June 21st.

Read more: PAINTING UP A STORM
 
Hits: 361 Created on 29 June 2015 Written by michael Category: COMMUNITY
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HELP FOR TYRESE


St. George -- Fourteen-year-old Grenadian Tyrese Wilson, who attends the Presentation Brothers College (PBC), needs urgent medical attention.

Tyrese, who is from River Road and the grandson of former national footballer Tyrone 'Bob Hope' Belfon, needs to undergo a major Hip Surgery to correct slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis at St. Clair Medical Centre in Trinidad in order to walk properly again. The cost of surgery is TT$100,000.

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