Telecommunications provider LIME is keeping a promise made to Barrouallie some months ago by partnering with an institution in the Central Leeward town.
LIME assisted the Barrouallie Co-operative Credit Union as it commemorated 55 years of existence, by donating one android smart phone for the organization’s anniversary essay and poster competition.
Donique Francois of the Barrouallie Technical Institute was the winner of the essay competition in the secondary schools category and won the smartphone.
In the primary school essay competition, the winner was Bernique Haynes, while Philleak Gould was second and Jada Chambers was third.
All students were from the Barrouallie Government School.
Haynes places first in the poster competition, Jada was second, Shamor Tucker was third, while Shawin Lampkin, also of the Barrouallie Technical Institute was the winner.
The winners in the poster competition were Haynes, Jada, Shamor Tucker and Shawin Lampkin.
The Barrouallie Co-operative Credit Union, established in 1958 serves the town by providing money transfer and utility bill payment services, and, helping its members financially.
LIME said it looks forward to working along with the Credit Union and other institutions in the area in the future, and extended congratulations to the organisation.