As part of our annual community outreach efforts, the Nevis Air & Sea Ports Authority (NASPA) recognized four sanitation workers at the Ministry of Health in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) for their contribution to keeping Charlestown clean all year round.
Mr. Donald Browne, Rawle Archibald, Joseph Prince, and Lester Liburd were recognized with a gift basket for their Christmas, for consistently maintaining a clean environment in and around our town.
During a brief ceremony hosted on Tuesday December 20th, 2022 at the Cotton Ginnery Mall, Accountant/ Supervisor of the Charlestown Port, Patricia Parris, explained the purpose of recognizing the workers.
It’s a demonstration of our appreciation for their [street cleaners] efforts during the year. They have kept the city clean throughout the whole year, including during the Culturama season and the Christmas seasons.
Not enough appreciation is shown to them for the very important work they do, but as a port authority, we continue to recognize them for unwavering and dedicated effort.
Every year, the NASPA recognizes street cleaners in Charlestown for keeping the town clean and for over five years, the organization has expressed their gratitude and love for the cleaners and their contribution in the community.