Teens and Tweens Coordinator and Sandals Foundation Ambassador, Judith Woolcock of Beaches Negril was all smiles when she visited Broughton Primary recently. This formed part of the Negril Region’s Earth Day initiative where they went into schools to issue reusable water bottles and sensitize students on plastic pollution.
Group Health and Safety Manager for Sandals Resorts International, Miss Christine Young (front) joined team members from Sandals, Beaches and Grand Pineapple Negril who visited the Middlesex Corner Primary recently. The team was sensitising students on the dangers of plastic pollution. They also issued re-usable water bottles to each student. Looking on is playmaker at Sandals Negril, Jwaquim Henry.
Bottles up! The Sandals Foundation Ambassadors from Negril and some students of Broughton Primary in Westmoreland were sure to pose with their re-usable water bottles as they are proud to help put an end to plastic pollution.
Crystal Tennant from Sandals Negril was in full teacher mode when she visited Middlesex Corner Primary recently for her team’s Earth Day Initiative.
Sandals Foundation Ambassadors from Sandals, Beaches and Grand Pineapple Negril paused for a quick picture with some students of Broughton Primary School in Westmoreland. The team had just given the students re-usable water bottles and educated them on the dangers of plastic pollution all on the heels of Earth Day 2018.
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