first_imgSCOTIABANK has renewed its sponsorship of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC). Scotiabank and the RHTYSC established the highly successful relationship in 2009, and the sponsorship package for 2018 is worth $875 000.Club Secretary/CEO Hilbert Foster, who received the sponsorship from Marketing Executive of the Bank, Jennifer Cipriani, disclosed that it covers sponsorships for the RHTYSC’s fourth Annual Children’s Mash Parade, Inter-School Essay Competition, Tribute to Teachers Programme, purchasing of cricket balls for cricket development programme and co-sponsorship of the Club’s Annual Youth Review Magazine and Annual Awards Ceremony.Outstanding teachers drawn from ten schools in the Lower Corentyne area would be honoured under the Scotiabank’s ‘Tribute to Outstanding Teachers’ Programme, while the same schools would be involved in the Mash Parade scheduled for February 23.The main objectives of the Parade are to promote the importance of Education, Culture, and Sport to promote social cohesion among residents.$100 000 worth of cricket balls would be purchased towards a planned comprehensive cricket development programme, while the practice equipment would be used on a weekly basis by the Club’s King Solomon Logistics Under-12 team, based at the Rose Hall Town Primary School.Another $100 000 worth of trophies and medals will go towards the 28th Annual Awards Ceremony which would be held on the April 16.A total of 40 RHTYSC members would receive $2.5M worth of trophies, medals and prizes, while assistance would be provided to over 20 NGOs, schools and sport clubs based in Berbice.The long-serving Secretary/CEO noted that the Scotiabank Mash Parade would be organised by the 10 cricket teams of the RHTYSC and a total of 700 students are expected to participate.Foster hailed the relationship between the Club and Scotiabank as extra special and stated that the RHTYSC was considered the best in Guyana because of the support of institutions like Scotiabank.He assured that all the programmes under the sponsorship would be properly organised and most importantly would achieve all of the objectives.Cipriani, in brief response, stated that the sponsorship was indicative of the Bank’s confidence in the administration of the RHTYSC. She stated that the Bank was delighted to be on board for the last ten years and was very proud of the Club’s records of achievements and hard work.All RHTYSC activities, she stated, were not only well organised but that the Bank was satisfied that its funds were well spent. She expressed confidence that the relationship would continue well into the future.last_img

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