Wednesday 19th January, 2005

 

Highlights of Guardian in Education prize-giving function, phase 3, 2005 January 14, 2005

 
 
 
 
 
 
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PHOTOS: DILIP SINGH

(Font row) Cyntra Achong, left, circulation marketing manager, Trinidad Publishing Co Ltd; Renatta Mohammed-Valere, corporate communications manager, TIDCO; Khadine Wilson, promotions co-ordinator, Trinidad Publishing Co Ltd; Maria Rivas-McMillan, vice-president, corporate communications, Guardian Holdings Ltd.; Alphie Skerrette, branch manager, RBTT Bank Park Street; Vanessa Teelucksingh, KIDS co-ordinator, Hilton Trinidad; (Back row) Andrew Awai, left, public relations coordinator, BG Trinidad and Tobago; third place winner, Leandra Hernandez, Sixth Form Government School; first place winner, Ikennah Browne, Presentation College, San Fernando; second place winner, Ostin King, Trinity College, Maraval; Rhea Singh, marketing manager, Alstons Marketing.

Alphie Skerrette, branch manager, RBTT Bank Park Street presents second place winner Ostin King of Trinity College, Maraval, with his prize. Ostin won $5,000. Trinity College received the school prize of $3,000.

(from left to right) Dominic Kalipersad, editor-in-chief, Trinidad Publishing Co Ltd; Grenfell Kissoon, managing director, Trinidad Publishing Co Ltd; Dennis Gurley, chairman, Trinidad Publishing Co Ltd; Dr Anthony N. Sabga, chairman emeritus, ANSA McAL.

Dennis Gurley, chairman, Trinidad Publishing Co Ltd presents Keisha Ganga, Barrackpore Secondary Comprehensive, writer of one of the 24 most outstanding essays with her Guardian in Education certificate.

Four-time Olympic medallist Ato Boldon and former Ms Universe Wendy Fitzwilliam pose with Jabari Brusco of Arima Government Secondary writer of one of the 24 most outstanding essays.

Senator the Honourable Hazel Manning, Minister of Education and Dr Anthony N Sabga, chairman emeritus, ANSA McAL chat.

Dr Anthony N. Sabga, chairman emeritus, ANSA McAL presents the school prize to Mrs Browne, a representative of Presentation College, San Fernando. Presentation College San Fernando won the first prize school category of $4,000.

Barrackpore Secondary Comprehensive copped the challenge trophy for prolific participation. Here, Maria Rivas-McMillan, vice-president, corporate communications, GHL, presents a student of the school with the trophy.

 

 

 

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