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Phillips Home for Children gets special Christmas treat
Couva South MP Rudranath Indarsingh came in for praise when he staged his first Christmas treat for the children of the Phillips Home for Children and the Couva home for the aged. The event took place on December 14 on the compound of his Camden Road, Couva office. Indarsingh, who is also Minister in the Ministry of Works, said the treat was a shared vision of himself, his wife Allene Indarsingh, and employees at the Couva South Constituency offices.
The MP said Christmas was a time to share and bond with community members. He said through the efforts of the National Gas Company, the home would be expanded to improve the facilities for the 11 children living at the Phillips home. Desmond Baxter, one of the directors at the home, said this was the first time in the history of the home that any sitting Member of Parliament had invited the children of the home to a function. Baxter commended Allene for her commitment to work with the home to see improvement for the youngsters at the facility.
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