Kelton Dalso Delivers

 Kelton Dalso, (centre, standing) with some of the members of the BHCDO Leonard Philip, Bridgette Lawrence, Willston Christian and Edgin Stay. Sitting atop the pallets is DA, a first time contributor to the Reservoir Restoration.
Kelton Dalso, (centre, standing) with some of the members of the BHCDO Leonard Philip, Bridgette Lawrence, Willston Christian and Edgin Stay. Sitting atop the pallets is DA, a first time contributor to the Reservoir Restoration.
 Barnes Hill Community Development Organization volunteers including Kelton Dalso and DA
Barnes Hill Community Development Organization volunteers including Kelton Dalso and DA
 Edgin Stay and Leonard Phillip construct a fence of pallets to keep livestock away from the proposed agriculture patch to be soon installed.
Edgin Stay and Leonard Phillip construct a fence of pallets to keep livestock away from the proposed agriculture patch to be soon installed.
 DA uses heavy machinery to do some initial clearing of a trouble spot.
DA uses heavy machinery to do some initial clearing of a trouble spot.

 

 

Mr. Kelton Dalso fulfilled his promise to supply the BHCDO with a number of wooden pallets so tat they may start a small agriculture programme.

Dalso not only provided the items but put in a few hours of cutlass-wielding work at the community reservoir programme to clean shrubs and unwanted cane grass.

 He has also promised the organization more than a dozen bags of cement to be made available anytime masonry work begins on the reservoir and its immediate environs.

“You can call on me and I will stand ready to assist whenever I am able,” Dalso said.

Meanwhile popular community music man DA also offered hours of work with cutlass and rake and also some heavy machinery and young Master Samuel more than proved his worth with cutlass and ideas to make the project even more meaningful

The BHCDO would like to extend deepest appreciation to these three men for their invaluable support  and we look forward to seeing them again in the near future.

 The Barnes Hill Community Development Organization is a duly registered Friendly Society. We received our instruments 17th March 2016, thanks to the huge effort of Gary Gore. Thanks a heap Gary from the BHCDO
The Barnes Hill Community Development Organization is a duly registered Friendly Society. We received our instruments 17th March 2016, thanks to the huge effort of Gary Gore. Thanks a heap Gary from the BHCDO
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