WEBSTER’S LAW FIRM SPONSORS PRINCE AND PRINCESS CONTESTANTS

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By anguillian June 13, 2014 09:31

 

Pam Webster (second from right), Festival Commitee members and students

Pam Webster (second from right), Festival Commitee members and students

As part of its community service involvement, Webster’s Law firm, headed by Ms Palmovan Webster, is sponsoring two couples who are contestants in the upcoming Prince and Princess Show of the Anguilla Summer Festival.
The lucky contestants are Chevel Findlay and Olivia Fayet of the Vivien Vanterpool Primary School, and Keyan Bryan and Dinisha Hyman of the Morris Vanterpool Primary School. The sponsorship amounts to US$2,400.

Mrs Lisa Webster, who is the chairperson of the Summer Festival Sub-Committee, responsible for the show, commented: “We are very delighted and overwhelmed to be sponsored by Webster’s, one of the major law firms on the island. It shows a true commitment by persons and businesses in the community to our culture.”

She extended a very hearty thank you to Webster’s law firm for accepting the Committee’s request for sponsorship, and said her sub-committee was pleased that all six government primary schools were interested in entering this year’s Prince and Princess Show. “We have couples from each of the schools, and we look forward to a great show and the support of all concerned,” Mrs Webster stated. Additional sponsorships for couples from the other schools will be forthcoming later on.

Mr Karl Woodley, Chairman of the Anguilla Summer Festival Committee, was grateful that Webster’s law firm had undertaken to provide sponsorship for two schools instead of one, thus lessening the burden to find another sponsor.

“Pam Webster is no stranger to carnival, or the summer festival, having been a former Miss Anguilla,” he added. “Thank you very much for your sponsorship and we look forward to our continued partnership with Webster’s law firm.”

Replying, Pam Webster said in part: “I am very pleased to be associated with any activity in the community that supports young people and their aspirations. Yes, I was very involved in the festival [many years ago], and I looked very much forward to it because it was associated with people being happy – and a celebration of who we are and our culture.”
She was pleased that the young people were participating in the Prince and Princess Show, and believed that the Summer Festival sub-committee was going to work hard to provide the very best opportunities for the children. “I know that the competition is going to be fair because that is one of its values,” she added, noting that it could result in a bonding relationship between the youngsters in the future.

anguillian
By anguillian June 13, 2014 09:31

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