26 May MP Calls for Return to Old Time Jamaican Values
Kingston, Jamaica, May 22, 2017: Central St. Mary Member of Parliament, Dr Morais Guy, has indicated that indicated that he and his constituents will be undertaking a raft of products in celebration of a vibrant culture of volunteerism in the constituency. “My Councillors and I along with members of our respective teams are working on a number of projects across all divisions in the Constituency” noted Guy.
“We will be partnering with members of various communities to repair the Flint River Basic School along with general cleaning of the community center and sections of Tremolesworth and Hopewell, patching a road in Wentworth, general work at Claude Stewart Park, completing the bus shed at Martin Primary school and constructing a house for a constituent among suite of projects too extensive to mention” said the 4th term MP.
In addition to the Constituency projects, MP Guy will be participating in the parish project at historic Fort Haldane near Pt. Maria.
“As we celebrate Workers’ Week, I wish to thank the workers in the Constituency of Central St. Mary. Your diligence and productivity is representative of not only the best of what we are but of our hope for a brighter tomorrow” noted Guy.
The Member of Parliament, in his message at the Labour Week Church Service at Bethel United Church on Sunday said “in as much as we seek this Labour Day to restore, preserve and beautify as per the theme, let us also seek to restore our old time values of volunteerism, respect for each other and being our neighbours’ keepers. Let us preserve those values and that will help to beautify our minds and ultimately Jamaica”.
Labour Day culminates a hectic programme of activities in Central St. Mary for the month of May. Over the month, the MP and his team visited several schools and read with students in celebration of Read Across Jamaica Day and distributed presents on Teachers Day.