It was a fantastic fun day for special needs children. The event was organised by the Ladies Members Committee, Queen’s Park Cricket Club with assistance from many sponsors. It was held at the Oval on March 19, 2016.
The children enjoyed themselves to the max with an Easter bonnet parade, fun games, great music, food and drinks, and pony rides. They took photos with their favourite cricket stars.
Special needs Homes came out
Participants with special needs came from many Homes. These Homes include St Dominic’s Children’s Home; Angels on Earth Foundation — Angels of Hope Foundation; Cascade School for the Deaf; Goodwill Industries of the West Indies; Credo Drop-in and Development Centre and Sophia House; St Mary’s Children Home; Princess Elizabeth Centre; Immortelle Children’s Centre; Lady Hochoy Home; St Jude’s School for Girls; Couva Children’s Home and Crisis Nursery; and Cotton Tree Foundation Early Childhood Centre.
Cricketers award caregivers of special needs children
Representatives of the Homes have been commended for their efforts. They have worked extremely hard to prepare and bring the special needs children to the event. The children were dressed to impress and modelled their outfits with flair. Cricketers presented representatives of the Homes with certificates for participating.
It was a day the children will always remember.
April 2016 – Issue 21 www.sweettntmagazine.com
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