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Barbados Today takes in bit of the Rock

The celebrating of Barbados TODAY’S fifth anniversary continued with a visit by the online paper to The Rock Christian School in Strathclyde, St Michael, this morning. Sales Manager David Williams had a pep talk with the young students, heightening their awareness of the digital Barbados TODAY.

The boys of The Rock Christian School upfront.
The boys of The Rock Christian School upfront.
The Barbados TODAY team (from left) of Tamesha Doughty, David Williams and Omisa Hobbs presenting deputy principal Heather-Lyn Bostic with a BT shirt
The Barbados TODAY team (from left) of Tamesha Doughty, David Williams and Omisa Hobbs presenting deputy principal Heather-Lyn Bostic with a BT shirt

Williams urged the students to use social media to keep their families and friends abreast of the latest news and only for positive interaction.

Sales Manager David Williams addressing the students of The Rock Christian School.
Sales Manager David Williams addressing the students of The Rock Christian School.

“You can log on and see stories that may even help you with your studies, while keeping you up to date,” he explained.

Class 4 student Zephan Browne won himself a SupraPad 7” Windows tablet for correctly naming Barbados TODAY’s Editor-In-Chief –– Kaymar Jordan.

Winner of a SupraPad 7” Windows tablet, Zephan Browne, with Barbados TODAY’S Tamesha Doughty (left) and David Williams.
Winner of a SupraPad 7” Windows tablet, Zephan Browne, with Barbados TODAY’S Tamesha Doughty (left) and David Williams.

Barbados TODAY celebrations will climax tomorrow.

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