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Win for nominators

Royal Fidelity’s Carolyn Giles-Griffith (right) and nominator Asha Pitt.

Royal Fidelity’s Carolyn Giles-Griffith (right) and nominator Asha Pitt.

As members of the general public continue to nominate those outstanding teachers across Barbados, Royal Fidelity, in association with LIME, RBC Royal Bank, Neal & Massay and Barbados TODAY, give lucky nominators the chance to win weekly cash prizes.

Ten additional winners were chosen and they each received cheques for $100 compliments RBC Royal Bank. These winners included, Damani McCaskie, Asha Pitt, Patricia Anne Belgrave, Sandra Sealy, William Gordon, Shakira Mascoll, Michell Nicholls, Abigail Johnson, Sonja Martindale and Sherry Griffith-Currency.

Royal Fidelity will award ten teachers, chosen from nursery, primary, secondary and tertiary institutions. Each winning teacher is awarded $2,000 and a place in the Royal Fidelity National Distinguished Teachers’ Awards Hall of Fame. Any member of the public can nominate a teacher who they believe is worthy of recognition. Nominations close June 30.

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