by: Sharell Lockhart, News Reporter
Marco City residents and Windsor on the Mall tenants extended sincere appreciation to all civic, corporate and political organizations as well as philanthropic individuals on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 for providing much-needed emergency relief aid to families in the community. Severe rooftop damage was sustained at Windsor on the Mall, which is home to 55 families, who have been living without electricity and running water prior to and after the passage of Hurricane Matthew.
Thanks to the generosity of the Pilot Club of Lucaya, Rotary Club of Freeport (RCF), G and G Shipping Co. Ltd., Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) Customer Relations, Kiwanis Club, Free National Movement (FNM) Pine Ridge Constituency Candidate Rev. Frederick McAlpine, Michael Pintard, FNM Deputy Leader K. Peter Turnquest, Grand Bahama Rotary Clubs Disaster Committee and Chairman Jamie Rose among many others, residents living throughout Garden Villas and the Marco City constituency particularly Windsor on the Mall tenants are finally able to enjoy a glass of water, flush their toilets and take a quick bath among other tasks.
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