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A big ‘Thank you’ to ICBL was yelled by these first form students of Springer Memorial School yesterday when they received the new benches, as (L-R) Marketing and Communications Assistant, ICBL, Damian Mascoll, Principal Pauline Benjamin, Senior Vice President, Business Development and Marketing, ICBL, Alex Tasker and First Form Year Head, Francis Thompson looked on.
 
 
   
Additional seating a benefit to school
By Kerri Gooding

The Springer Memorial School now has more seating capacity to accommodate the students compliments ICBL.

Yesterday on the grounds of the school in Government Hill, ICBL made a presentation of five benches to the educational institution.

Yelling a big ‘Thank you ICBL’, some of the 167 First Form students were the first to test the new furniture as it was the First Form Year Head, Francis Thompson, who expressed the need to ICBL last year.

Marketing and Communications Assistant, ICBL, Damian Mascoll told the Barbados Advocate that the five purple picnic benches were requested in a letter sent by Thompson to provide seating for the First Form students during the break and lunch.

However, the Principal Pauline Benjamin said that the benches will be used by more than that segment of the student body.

Benjamin said, “I would like to thank Mr. Tasker and ICBL ...

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