Bayly Trust Newsletter – June 2019

Published: 30th Jun 2019

Milestone rewarded

Manager Central division Manorma Chandra has been awarded a Certificate of Appreciation and a cash gift of $250.00 by the JP Bayly Trust in recognition of her 30 years of service to the Suva Welfare and Educational Center.

Special packs for Easter

The break of the 40 day Lenten period of fast and almsgiving was marked by our Easter distribution in lautoka. April 16th was a very special day and everyone was cheerful and jolly, wishing each other a Happy Easter and the extra goodies were a welcome treat. Hot cross buns, sweet biscuits, margarine, jam and cocoa was a wonderful way to begin the Easter celebrations.

Angels do exist

It was in the middle of April this year when I was taking part in a Variety Concert scheduled for the same night that I went to the Bayly Welfare Center with my mother. I didn’t have my costume and thought of approaching the Manager Central, Mrs. Manorma Chandra as my last hope. I also needed money to buy a ticket as my entry fee to the event.

Welfare Committees

All three Welfare Centers in Suva, Lautoka and Labasa have had their Annual General Meeting recently and the following have been elected to serve for the ensuing year.

20 years of selfless service

Late February was a joyous and memorable occasion for the Lautoka Welfare Center and in particular, for the Chairperson of the Committee Stella Smith.

Pranil attains his Goal

Pranil Chand of Lautoka has completed the prescribed 22 units in Culinary Arts from the Fiji National University and after a period of industrial attachments, was awarded a Certificate in May 2019.

New Volunteers

Two ladies have recently joined the Bayly Welfare Center in Suva to give their time in assisting as Volunteers. They are Manjula Sologar and Hazra Sahib.

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