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MaplesFS Lends a Helping Hand to East End Community After School Programme

7 April 2014

East End Primary School PTA’s popular Community After School Programme received a boost from MaplesFS, who recently donated CI$3,600 to the local resident and teacher-led initiative. The after school programme provides primary school students with a mix of academic, sports and leisure activities in a supervised environment after the school day ends.

The programme aims to complement the school’s educational efforts to develop active, well-rounded and confident young adults in the East End district. Activities range from popular after school activities such as music, dance and karate to building key skills through physical education, maths, reading and writing.

“The success of the After School Programme is reflected in the positive development of our children over the past three years,” said East End Primary School President, Darrel Rankine. “I would like to thank MaplesFS for continuing their partnership with the PTA and sponsorship of this programme, which continues to make an academic and social difference in the lives of our students.”

“MaplesFS is grateful for the opportunity to sponsor local children’s activities, particularly those that promote education, health and wellness to those that need it most,” said Scott Somerville, Chief Executive Officer at MaplesFS. “There is nothing more important than supporting the development of our youth, and initiatives run my voluntary organisations like the PTA provide an essential resource and much needed support to Cayman’s future generations.”


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