[www.inewsguyana.com] – The recently launched make a wish of the cricket teams of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTY & SC) has already swung into gear.
Their first order of business was the assistance of a young New Amsterdam Secondary School (NASS) student to fulfill his wishes of graduating with his classmates at the school’s annual graduation ceremony.
The administration of the school had requested the assistance of the RHTY&SC’s in this regard.
West Indies female cricketer and RHTY & SC member, Shemaine Campbelle, willingly donated an undisclosed financial amount that was presented to the young student.
Club Secretary and Chief Executive Officer, Hilbert Foster in handing over the donation stated that under the club’s “make a wish” project a total of 12 youths (one per month) will have their wishes come through.
The program is aimed at allowing less fortunate youths and children to fulfill their dreams and wishes.
The project was launched last week between the rht farfan and mendes under-15, bakewell under-17 and second division, Pepsi under-19, metro females and Gizmos and Gadgets first division teams.