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Nagico Insurances gifts‘projector’ to HLSCC Virgin Gorda Branch

Nagico Insurances gifts‘projector’ to HLSCC Virgin Gorda Branch. Photo: Provided
VALLEY, Virgin Gorda, VI – The H. Lavity Soutt Community (HLSCC) Virgin Gorda Centre, is once again with a much needed projector after a generous donation of a EPSON PowerLite Wireless Projector, from Nagico Insurances, on March 7, 2019, last.

Customer Service and Sales Representative for the Nagico Insurances’ Virgin Gorda Branch, Ms Susanna Ophelia, during a modest presentation ceremony, remarked that “according to the late great Nelson Mandela, ‘No country can really develop unless its citizens are educated.’ Nagico Insurances is well aware of this and spares little to support the development of the young minds of the Virgin Islands (VI).”

Community Mindedness

The HLSCC Virgin Gorda Centre had lost its projectors, among other equipment, during the devastating hurricanes of September 2017.

The donation is but one act of ‘community mindedness’ by Nagico Insurances, since as recently as January, it donated a dozen of the recently launched book titled, “Nursing In The Virgin Islands: A Historical Perspective (1920-2017)” to HLSCC in Paraquita Bay.

The book was the work of local author and medical professional Norma M. Benjamin.

Back in December, Nagico Insurances was also a main sponsor of the college’s fundraiser dubbed ‘Jam for a Cause.’

Assist College

“And we were delighted to be given an opportunity by Dr Steve Leonard, to make a presentation to the HLSCC’s Virgin Gorda Centre…We trust this piece of equipment, an EPSON PowerLite Wireless Projector, would assist the college to creatively deliver some of the programmes offered,” Ms Ophelia said.

On hand to receive the donation was HLSCC's President, Mrs Judith E. Vanterpool, who expressed gratitude for the continued support by Nagico Insurances.

Director of the HLSCC Virgin Gorda Centre, Dr Steve Leonard also expressed words of appreciation for the needed equipment.

“We lost all the projectors we had during the hurricanes. We would normally use them for business classes, computer courses and so on…Our IT guys are very excited about it as well. It is a very good brand,” Dr Leonard stated.

7 Responses to “Nagico Insurances gifts‘projector’ to HLSCC Virgin Gorda Branch”

  • SHAME (25/03/2019, 13:20) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    That’s a shame that the college just put in a $90,00 glass dome in the college that was not even needed at a time like this and the college doyhave the basic necessities to provide teaching. Minister please
    Go save that college.
    • Reply (25/03/2019, 13:35) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
      another reason why we got rid of Myron and the NDP hope they never come back too destroy our country and collage
    • wize up (25/03/2019, 17:27) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      @ SHAME: maybe 50,000.00 went towards NDP 2019 election campaign: we paid a vast set of money to all kinds of international artist in Road Town for August: pass by the only public high school in road town(2017-2019)
  • clap clap (26/03/2019, 07:16) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Good job nagico
    • wize up (26/03/2019, 10:11) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      insurance payments gone up so nice to see this group contributing to community concerns: one also hope the cost dental care will soon drop.keep the faith people!!!!!
  • Diablo (26/03/2019, 08:40) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    A gift from the devil is a gift worth nothing.

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