The Police Credit Union Police Christmas Carolling takes place this Friday on the grounds of the Central Police Station, commencing at 7:30 p.m.
Thirteen choirs will participate in this year’s competition – seven in the senior category — Western Carollers, Eastern Carollers, Coast Guard Carollers, CPS Blasters, Auxiliary Police Carollers, CID Carolers and Traffic Angels.
In the junior category, the choirs are Barrouallie Police Youth Club Carollers, Bequia Police Youth Club Carollers, Sandy Bay Police Youth Club Carollers, Georgetown Police Youth Club Carollers, Petit Bordel Police Youth Club Carollers and Questelles Police Youth Club Carollers.
There will be guest appearances from very exciting artistes including Man Zangie (debuting his Christmas single), Genesis Steel Orchestra, the Police Drama Club, the Police Band and more.
This year’s contest is being held under the theme “spreading Joy and Peace throughout the season’. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to join us in this wonderful time of celebration.
The Police Cooperative Credit Union (PCCU) has again partnered with the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force in sponsoring the competition. Since 2012, the Police Credit Union has been the major sponsor of the event.
Last week, retired Commissioner of Police, Michael Charles, treasurer to the Board of Directors of the PCCU, handed over a sponsorship cheque in the sum of $7,800 to Assistant Commissioner of Police, Carlos Sampson to offset expenses for this year’s contest.
Charles said that the PCCU board is committed to the sponsoring the Police Carolling Contest because it is one of the most tangible ways in which the Credit Union can give back to the Police Force, which is responsible for the birth of the Credit Union.
Assistant Commissioner of Police Sampson expressed gratitude on behalf of the Police Force for the sponsorship over the years. Samson said that the Police Force values the commitment of the credit union in sponsoring the contest over the years and gave the assurance that the monies will be well spent.