Kelvin “Shugy” Simon, the United Progressive Party (UPP) candidate
for St. Mary’s South, continues to demonstrate his vision for the
constituency with a free health screening set for tomorrow,
Saturday, September 23, and a vocational training programme to be
launched in four weeks.
On Saturday, Simon says, the first of two health screenings, open to
the public, will be held at the Urlings Primary School.
The second screening will take place two weeks later, on October 7,
Simon says the health event is being planned to become an annual
initiative. The initiative is necessary, he adds, because many people
are unable to afford proper healthcare.
Meanwhile, at a UPP rally on the Urlings Playing Field on Thursday
night, September 21, Simon reported that a benefactor has made a
location available to host the training programme.
Once the building has been set up, the respective courses will be
rolled out for the benefit of young people in the constituency, he
Coming up on September 30, Simon says, is a basketball tournament
in which the young people who took part in his earlier camp will
have the opportunity to display their talent.
That event, which will be held at the Bolans Basketball Court, is
expected to be a fun family affair, he says, as he seeks to bring the