Ministry of Education

St. Christopher (St.Kitts) and Nevis

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ADDIE’S Place Celebrates Ten Years Of Empowerment For Adults With Disabilities

(EMU) – St. Kitts, June 17, 2015:  Addie’s Place; a safe haven for adults with disabilities who have challenges fitting into the mainstream of employment, is celebrating ten years with a grand variety concert that takes place tonight at the old boys’ school. According to Ms. Clarice Cotton, activist for disabilities rights in the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, everyone with the capacity should seek to attend the event in support of these adults who by virtue of their own willpower constantly seek to make their own contributions to society despite awesome challenges.

Ms. Cotton added further that even those who cannot attend should seek to contribute in some way to the maintenance of the center which helps adults with disabilities cope in life.

“It takes a tremendous burden off family members and brings hope to those who are a part of the programme. A health society is one which allows everyone who is willing, to function to the best of their ability,” Ms. Cotton stated.

An exciting line up of guest artistes is scheduled to appear on the concert which is being chaired by Mr. Clement O’garro.

The concert is being held at 7pm at the Old Boys School at the corner of Seaton Street and Victoria Road. It is one activity in the month long celebration of Addie’s Place Ten Year Anniversary