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St Anthony’s hosts first all-inclusive
St Anthony’s College is on a school improvement drive to upgrade the learning environment of the classrooms, construction of a lunch room, a multimedia library centre and a science lab. However, its faculty has found it necessary to raise funds annually. The funding that the school currently receives only meets the maintenance of the current school assets, thus any further money must be raised by the school.
With this in mind, the school has partnered with Overeasy Promotions to embark on its first all-inclusive Carnival fete—Feteing Tigers—on February 13, at the school’s compound in Westmoorings. The party is scheduled to begin at 4 pm and, with music by Roy Cape All Stars, Imij & Co and Karma, has a designated climax at 11 pm. Admission is reasonably priced at $450.
Party organisers have concurred that this fete has been deemed “the best valued all-inclusive for the season.” Together with the fantastic music as mentioned, the Tigers are also offering premium drinks (Johnny Walker Black, Smirnoff, Martini Bar and wine just to name a few.) An indoor dining atmosphere will be created and patrons will have a choice from a wide variety of delicious cuisine such as Chinese, barbecue, gyros, gourmet doubles, suckling pig etc.
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