Ms World Guyana extends benevolence to sport organizations in Berbice

Ms. Guyana World 2017 Vena Mookram as part of her personal platform for the upcoming Ms. World Contest in China on Thursday last donated sports gear to three sports organisations in the ancient county. The presentation was made during a massive Health Fair organised by Ms. World Guyana, the cricket teams of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, MS, with the support of Namilco and the Region 6 Ministry of Health.
Ms. Mookram donated a quantity of footballs to the Rose Hall Town Football Club, Basketballs to the Guysuco Training Centre and cricket balls to Guyana’s leading youth and sports organisation, the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club and its cricket teams. The elegant Ms. World Guyana in handing over the gear stated that involvement in sports is a form of healthy lifestyle and urged the massive gathering to get involve in sporting activities.
Mookram whose personal platform is healthy lifestyles stated that she hopes that the sports equipment would assist youths to not only play the game but to also fulfill their potentials. In a well-received presentation, the 2017 Queen spoke broadly on the importance of being physically fit and the danger of diseases such as diabetes. She urged the three organisations to use the donations for its intended purposes.
Secretary/CEO of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club. MS, Hilbert Foster expressed gratitude to the queen for her donation of the cricket balls which would be used in the club’s massive Cricket Development Programme.

Ms. World Guyana Vena Mookram makes a donation to one of the football teams

He added that they are pleased to work along with Ms. Mookram as the Club shares her view that a healthy lifestyle is crucial to living longer. Levi Nedd of the Guysuco Training Centre hailed the donation of basketballs to the Centre as the game is very popular among students.
Coach of the Rose Hall Town Football Club, Troy Paul noted that the Footballs were most welcomed as most of the players were from less fortunate background. Special emphasis was being placed on developing football in Guyana’s smallest township and the donation of footballs would serve as an inspiration. Paul expressed confidence that football would join cricket shortly as the pride of Rose Hall Town and wished Ms. Mookram well in her participation at the Ms. World Contest in China during the month of November.
Marketing Consultant of the National Milling Company (Namilco) Bert Sukhai stated that his Company was proud to support Ms. Mookram in her quest to promote a healthy lifestyle and educate Guyanese about the effects of Diabetes.