By Leroy Smith
On Saturday [July 05], just hours after taking part in the Force’s 175th Anniversary Route March through the streets of Georgetown, the police entered Agricola, East Bank Demerara and continued its work with the children at the school and the upgrading of the Community centre Ground.
The police also visited the St Anne’s Primary School, where they continued their skills training with the young ones.
The skills training sessions at the school are held on Saturday’s from 10 – 12 and cater for students from the school and other children from the area.
Meanwhile, ‘A’ Division Commander, Clifton Hicken; ‘A’ Division Traffic Officer, Calvin Brutus and Number Two Sub Division Officer, Deputy Superintendent Parshram Kalicharan visited the community centre ground further down in the village.
The community centre ground is being renovated and upgraded by the Police Force through its work with the community. Already, the police were able to have the business community pumped resources into the project with Deputy Superintendent, Calvin Brutus who was able to secure several truckloads of sand to build up the ground.
There were also the supply of mesh and poles to re – fence the entire ground. The police are looking to have the ground re – commissioned this weekend with a grand cook out between the police and members of the community followed by a fun day and several competitive games of football under flood lights.