Business Computing Skills (BCS) Programme

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Business Computing Skills (BCS) Programme

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

A must do course for anyone ages 18 years and older. This course will provide a solid foundation for effective computer use within and outside the office environment. Participants will learn the basics of Microsoft Office tools, Email, the Internet, Office Business Documents and so much more. A one-time registration fee of $200.00 covers the entire 9 week programme. BCS will begin late August. So register now and invite others to take advantage of this opportunity.

Contact info: 623-5120; 624-3011 or community@thecottontree.org

‘Hole In One’ shot …what a near miss!

Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Take a look at the female golfer who came so close to copping the top prize. Oh well, there is always next year!

Throwback to May 24th 2017 when a golfer came painfully close to winning the coveted 'Hole In One Prize' ….A Porsche Macanhttps://www.facebook.com/trinivideographytt/videos/1415967491785298/

Geplaatst door The Cotton Tree Foundation op dinsdag 13 juni 2017

15th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

The Cotton Tree Foundation will be hosting its 15th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Wednesday 24th May 2017 at St. Andrew’s Golf Club, Moka. Corporate and team sponsorship opportunities are available. Donations are welcomed and appreciated. To register a team or to become a tournament sponsor call 279-4372; 624-3011 or 623-5120 or email golf.ctf@gmail.com.

 

Job Alert!

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

The Cotton Tree Foundation (CTF) is currently seeking a volunteer to join our team as the Graphic Designer on a part-time basis. 

Interested persons are free to contact us at 623-5120 or send their resumes to info@thecottontree.org

Cotton Tree Foundation’s 12th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014
The Cotton Tree Foundation wishes to thank all of its sponsors, supporters and volunteers who helped to make this tournament an incredible success

The Cotton Tree Foundation wishes to thank all of its sponsors, supporters and volunteers who helped to make this tournament an incredible success

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Tribute to Ulric Cross

Monday, October 7th, 2013

 

The Cotton Tree Foundation wishes to add its voice to all the persons who have paid tribute to the late Justice of Appeal Ulric Cross. On Friday October 4th 2013 when we at the Foundation were  told of the passing of  Justice Cross our hearts sank as we had yet again, lost another great patriot.…a  hero, a leader, a philanthropist and a gentleman.

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Annual Charity Golf Tournament 2013

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

 

Golf Tournament winners 2013 – Annan Rajpaulsingh & John Chin Yuen Kee, playing for Ventura Enterprises Ltd.

On Wednesday 12th June 2013, The Cotton Tree Foundation hosted its 11th Annual Charity Golf tournament at St. Andrews Golf Course in Moka.  38 teams took part and a wonderful time was had by all. Included in the teams were 5 junior teams, two of which were sponsored by TSTT and 3 were sponsored by Pan American Life Insurance. All funds raised through this event went towards the maintenance of The Cotton Tree Foundation’s programmes.

TSTT provided gold sponsorship for the event while bronze sponsorship was supplied by Schlumberger, L.J. Williams, Petrotrin and Pan American Life Insurance.  Here are the results of this years’ tournament:

1st Place –  Annan Rajpaulsingh & John Chin Yuen Kee (playing for Ventura Enterprises Ltd)

2nd Place –Errol Jones & Clint Alfred (playing for Building Maintenance Services Ltd)

3rd Place – Marc Maingot & Liam Bryden ( playing for Pan American Life Insurance Group)

 

Annual Vacation Camp 2013

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

The Cotton Tree Foundation’s Annual Vacation Camp ran from July 9th – 26th 2013 and was a great success this year with 95 children attending . Our camp theme was “Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds” and the major focus was on promoting wellness, healthy eating, physical exercise and education among children between the ages of 3-12 years old. The camp was held in conjunction with the Ministry of Health who provided healthcare professionals such as Psychologists, Nutritionists, Health Promotion Officers and a Wellness Coordinator to add special modules to our curriculum this year.

Highlights of Camp

– Hearing, Vision and BMI testing for all campers.

– Field trip to the Digicel Imax theatre to see the movie “The Last Reef” in 3D.

– Lunch at the Cascadia Hotel. Campers got a chance to dress up for this occasion and have lunch in the formal dining room at the Hotel. This provided them with an opportunity to practice etiquette training which was taught to them by their teachers while at camp.

–  The BG Science Bus visit – included educational activities and displays for all campers.

– Unit Trust provided a Financial Planning Seminar for parents of all campers.

– The Youth Cinema Society visited to show a children’s foreign film to sensitize campers about life in other cultures.

– Camp ended with a grand Open Day function and all parents of campers were invited to attend.  This function allowed children to display their creativity through song, dance, drama and poetry- all centered on the theme “Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds”.

The Cotton Tree Foundation would like to thank our camp sponsors,  Ministry of Sport, Ministry of Health, Unit Trust Corporation, Ministry of Youth and Gender Affairs and the Lion’s Club for their generous contributions towards making our camp a success. Without their kind donations this year, our camp would never have been possible.

Vacation Camp 2012 Highlights

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

On 27th July 2012 The Cotton Tree Foundation closed its 3 week,  annual Vacation Camp with a special Open Day celebration where 87 children who attended the camp got to showcase their talents. The celebration was held at The Cotton Tree Foundation premises, Spanish Acres, Ariapita Road, St. Ann’s.

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Golf Tournament Results

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012

The results of recently concluded Golf Tournament have been posted. An excellent time was had by all, and we wish to thank our sponsors and participants for their continued support. More