A big thank you to the community
The Mac10 Bread staff and Yo Cherry wish to extend thanks to members of the community who attended the first Mac10 Bread Giveaway event in St George’s on March 3. More than 100 people attended, which speaks to the need for such an event in Bermuda.
We also want to send a word of thanks for the Mayor of St George, Quinell Francis, who also attended this event held at Yo Cherry. It goes without saying, I must thank the radio station Power 95 and Miss Thang for the radio simulcast — it certainly added to the success of the event.
I would love to extend my thanks to all the sponsors, contributors and charity donors who made this event possible. Many thanks to Pompano Beach Club (Larry Lamb), Fort Knox & FKBnet (Troy Symonds), Butterfield & Vallis (food supplies), A/B Bulk (food supplies), Dollar Shop (accessories) and Hardy’s Wholesale (bulk supplies).
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