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Hururu residents receive life jackets, river safety training from MARAD

Hururu residents receive life jackets, river safety training from MARAD

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- June 30, 2016

Georgetown, GINA, June 29, 2016 Twenty-four students drawn from nursery and primary levels of Hururu Mission, Berbice River received lifejackets ... Read More

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