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Play park for Sealots
The children in Sea Lots, Port-of-Spain are in their glee as they now have a newly installed play park to call their own, all thanks to the forward thinking members of the Sea Lots Open Bible Church.
After submitting their application to the Digicel Foundation for an Extraordinary Projects Impacting Communities (EPIC) grant, the faith-based organisation was successful in attaining the funds to fulfil their objective of casting a foundation and installation of the play ground equipment.
Carmela Charles, secretary of the Open Bible Church stated that the children from the area needed a space in familiar surroundings where they could socialise and grow.
The outdoor facility further complements the good work of the Open Bible Church youth and community outreach.
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