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JP Bayly Trust celebrates 60th Anniversary

Family and friends of the JP Bayly Trust celebrated the institution’s Golden Jubilee in Lautoka yesterday. The Trust together with the Welfare and Education Centre celebrated their 60th anniversary with
19 Oct 2014 19:08
JP Bayly Trust celebrates 60th Anniversary
Samuela Malacakau with a photo of his son, Sireli Tuinabavatu in Labasa on November 29, 2020. Photo: Laisa Lui

Family and friends of the JP Bayly Trust celebrated the institution’s Golden Jubilee in Lautoka yesterday.
The Trust together with the Welfare and Education Centre celebrated their 60th anniversary with children from the centre.
Welfare officer Sarojani Michael, who was present during the event, said they were very happy with their achievement.
“This is a very special event for all of us as we gather here to celebrate our 60th anniversary with our family and we have other centres around the country celebrating as well,” she said.
Ms Michael, who has worked with the organisation for 12 years, said the event has marked another milestone for the organisation.
“We have achieved yet another milestone and we know there will be more to come,” Ms Micheal said.
Accounts manager Sitla Sharma was overwhelmed with the turnout by the public.
“I am happy to be here with the people to celebrate one of our great achievements and we hope for many more to come,” she said.
Family and friends marched and cheered along Naviti Street with the St Thomas High School band to their main office in Nede Street, Lautoka.
The Trust, which was formed in 1954, began by opening the Bayly Clinic which treated patients six days a week where services was targeted towards the less fortunate in our communities.
The Trust now also looks after education of children of Welfare families who are on its registers in Suva, Lautoka and Labasa.
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