The Keys Improvement Community Club brought the celebration of older persons closer to home with an awards ceremony to recognize older persons within the Keys community,
Herman Phillip and Adolphus Stephens, both in their 90s were honoured at the small but significant ceremony for their continued contribution to community development.
Punctuating the ceremony were, songs, dances, speeches and reflections.
Officials present included representative for Constituency #8 Hon. Eugene Hamilton, Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister Osbert Desuza, Community Development Officer Alicia Collins, Dr. Terrence Drew, Bishop Cyprian Williams, President of the Keys Improvement Community Club Royston Griffin and Vice President Emanuel Berridge as well as members and friends of the Keys Community.
The ceremony was chaired by Creighton Pencheon who is also from Keys Village.
The ceremony was held under the theme “Unlocking the Door to a Brighter Tomorrow”.