The Cool Is Clean Campaign Stops At The Villa School

The Cool is Clean Campaign made its inaugural stop earlier today at the Villa Primary School where the students were educated about the many benefits of keeping their environment clean as well as the roles they can play in making a difference.
The gathering heard from the Ministry of Tourism’s Maria Blackman, Indira James-Henry from the MInistry of Health, Dr Everlyn Weeks from Zero Waste and a representative from the Environmental Awareness Group.
Remember “You Can CHANGE the World, You can MAKE a Difference”. If you LOVE Antigua and Barbuda, Don’t Litter…

Students at the Villa Primary

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