OAaSIS volunteers bloom in Sargeantville, Saint Catherine

The children in particular were taught the virtue of persistence, and its importance in attaining their goals, by OAaSIS motivational volunteer Jermaine Gordon


The OAaSIS International foundation hit the road again for a one-day workshop as part of the Creative Workshop Series for empowering youth across Jamaica. This second visit was at the Sargeantville Methodist Church on Sunday March 28, 2010.
The poceedings, although delayed by the weather, along with the team were greeted by a small, but extremely receptive audience from the Sargeantville and Edward Piece community. This number grew incrementally as the proceedings got under way. The workshop opened with the National Anthem led by Kristen Brown, who was followed by the Sargeantville representatives explaining on the Foundation’s visit. The main opening remarks were given by Brother Allan Bucknol, and the day

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