24 Aug 2018 | NCC Staff/ Gene Herbert
The Seventh-day Adventist community on St. Eustatius had reason to celebrate and to give glory and honour to God as they witnessed the ground-breaking ceremony to mark the start of construction of four additional classrooms, at the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church School. The expansion is part of an ongoing program by the Dutch Kingdom Government to develop the physical infrastructure of the schools on the Dutch Caribbean island.
On hand to witness the occasion was the Director of Education of the North Caribbean Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Churches, Sister
Pastor Virgil Sams also addressed the small gathering. He expressed his amazement at the development of the school, by referencing the beginning in 1997 - when the school was but an after-school program - to its present state. “I am looking forward to the day when the school will take the next step to become a secondary school,” stated Pastor Sams, while looking to the future.
The Principal of the School,
After the brief ceremony, Director
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