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Residents of Paynters are invited to participate in a community-driven Clean Up Campaign scheduled for Saturday, November 11.
The campaign aims to enhance the living conditions of Paynters and foster unity within the St. Peter’s Constituency.
Peetron Thomas, the Humanitarian and Telecommunications Coordinator for the NODS – St. Peter’s District Disaster Team, is organizing the event.
Thomas emphasized that the initiative is entirely apolitical and centered around the community’s well-being.
The campaign will start at 5 AM, at the Piggotts Football playing field on the eastern side.
Volunteers are encouraged to bring their tools, including rakes, shovels, weed cutters, garbage bags, and gloves, to assist in the clean-up efforts.
The organizers are calling on volunteers and residents, especially those from Paynters, to participate actively in this significant community project.
Thomas shared the message, “This has nothing to do with politics; it’s all about the community.” The team plans to extend its efforts to other villages within St. Peter’s Parish in the near future. Expect more community-driven projects on the horizon.
This grassroots movement reflects the power of community engagement and demonstrates how working together can make a lasting impact on the environment and overall quality of life for the residents of Paynters and beyond.