(ZIZ News) – Residents of the St. Christopher Children’s Home were treated to lunch on Sunday, compliments the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force.
Inspector Adolph Adams said the luncheon is the Force’s way of giving back to the community as the Force had been receiving year round.
He said, “This idea came about following a general meeting that we had with our staff,” adding that “the ideas were banged about because the police have always been receiving from the community and we decided that this year we’re going to do something different; we’re going to give back to the community.”
He said the children were selected in an effort to form a bond between the police and the federation’s youth, adding “we find that we are having a problem with having a relationship with children and we just wanted to bridge the gap between the police and the youngsters”.
Inspector Adams further thanked the persons who were instrumental in coordinating the luncheon for the children.