CARE Learning Centre will be holding their 18th Annual Tag Day tomorrow (Thursday Nov 22) to help boost their scholarship fund.
A spokesperson said: “Our theme is ‘Thank You for Caring’.
“In celebrating 35 years of educating the community this month, CARE continues to meet the needs of senior secondary school students and young adults with both academic and social challenges, non-traditional students continue to show an interest in attending day and evening classes to upgrade their skills and obtain their high school diploma.
“The students have shown tremendous progress this year and we are pleased to note during this year’s graduation ceremony several students under the age of eighteen years old graduated with honours enabling them to have credits applied to college or university enrolment.
“Programme Director, Mr Butterfield of the learning centre is looking forward to the community’s financial support during these economic times and states that, ‘we cannot always build the future of our young, but we can build our youth for the future.’ Part proceeds will be going toward the G.E.D. Tests at the Bermuda College for students who do not have the funds to take the tests and should not be hindered from doing the examination so that they can successfully pass and obtain a high school diploma.
“We are grateful for the support of both volunteers and the general public for their generous support to the tag day.
“Donations can also be made to the Bank of Butterfield – C.A.R.E. Computer Services account number 2000-6060-220230-100 or mail cheque to C.A.R.E. Learning Centre, P.O. Box HM 2806, Hamilton HM LX.”
Taggers and students will be located throughout the City of Hamilton on Thanksgiving Day.
For more information call 292-0915, Fax: 295-8481 or email email@example.com.