SCSS Class of 2000 brings Creole Cheer!
The graduating class of the year 2000 from Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School is on a mission to elevate the lives of the students of their alma mater and their entire community.
The group, affectionately known as CO2, came together for a class reunion a few years ago and has since evolved into an organisation that has not only undertaken projects at the school, but within the town.
Its most recent display of altruism was when the members surprised fire officers, police, nurses and doctors with breakfast as a gesture of gratitude for their services. The group chose to treat the staff of these essential services as a sign of appreciation for the care which they show to the public everyday through their duties.
The staff were pleasantly surprised since only their supervisors had been aware of what was about to happen. The police were especially touched and lauded the group for their efforts to uplift the spirit of the community. The police also expressed an interest in collaborating with CO2 in future projects.
In keeping with the theme of Creole Heritage Month, the essential services staff in Soufriere were treated to a sumptuous creole breakfast, which they thoroughly enjoyed!