MAICO ASSISTS DEBATING SOCIETY

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By anguillian February 6, 2015 09:47

 

 

 

Mr. Nicholas Menon-Vice-Chairman of MAICO’s Board of Directors,  Monica Hodge- General Manager, Jason Liburd-Finance Manager, Anthea Connor- Compliance Officer and the Anguilla Literary and Debating Club members and Joselyn Richardson.

Mr. Nicholas Menon-Vice-Chairman of MAICO’s Board of Directors, Monica Hodge- General Manager, Jason Liburd-Finance Manager, Anthea Connor- Compliance Officer and the Anguilla Literary and Debating Club members and Joselyn Richardson.

MAICO is fully committed to the development of Anguilla and we believe that one of the best ways to do this is by assisting our youths who are the leaders of tomorrow. The Members of the Anguilla Literary and Debating Society (ALDS) continue to make Anguilla proud as their leadership skills and foresight were showcased in the recently organized political debates. This is just a sample of what our youths can do when they get the support of the Anguillian community.

As such, we at MAICO have a great appreciation of the importance of corporate giving particularly when the beneficiaries are the youths through education. In this vein we have again decided to assist with the presentation of a cheque in the amount of US$1,500. These funds will be used to assist in the defraying of cost of the ALSCHS Literary and Debating Society attending the Annual Leeward Islands Debating Competition in St. Kitts on February 25th, 2015.

MAICO has been serving the Anguilla Community for over 20 years and continues to be a leader in the insurance industry by providing a wide and varied range of services at competitive prices. These include:
Motor, Travel, Fire & Extended Perils, Contractors All Risk, Homeowners/Householders, Liability, Workman’s Compensation, Life, Group Medical & Health.

MAICO extends best wishes to ALL the participants in this competition.

Remember, MAICO IS THE WAY TO GO!!

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By anguillian February 6, 2015 09:47

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