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WATCH: CCSS Alumni Raising Funds To Refurbish The School

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 As a lead-up to the 50th Anniversary of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School (CCSS), the  institution’s Global Alumni have planned another event to harness the collective power of the school’s former students.

The Event called, Home Coming, aims to raise much-needed funds geared at improving student and staff comfort and safety.

 More in this report from Glen Simon:

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  1. St.Lucia is the highest taxed country in the OECS. Isn’t that why we pay so much taxes and not get refunds?

  2. Re Article, people, be very careful with the organizers with the MONEY collected!!! We are all short of money and so are they.. Make Sure all the monies collected should be counted in public so we can understand the system…
    That’s all folks!


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