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WILLIE'S ICE CREAM LIMITED
o Forms are available at ANY Branch of the ADB.
o Sealed offers are to be deposited in Tender Box located ONLY at The Bank's Head Office
and addressed to:
o Properties will be sold subject to all outstanding rates and taxes, subsisting contracts,
tenancies or encroachment however formed and any other outgoings that may be due at the
time of the sale.
o The property is being sold "as is" without any responsibility of the Vendor to provide
statutory approval, surveying data or warranty on its suitability for use for any particular purpose.
o Chattel is to be sold "as is, where is"; transfer fees are to be borne by the purchaser
o The Bank does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
o Unsuccessful bidders will not be acknowledged.
BIDS MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES HEREIN GIVEN TO ENSURE THAT THEY
ARE DULY CONSIDERED.
#87 Henry Street, Port-of- Spain.
#29 Ramsaran Street, Chaguanas
#7 Cipero Street, San Fernando
Corner Young & Robinson Street
L.P #917 Eastern Main Road,
MOON SIGHTING UPDATE
Dhul Hijjah & Eid Ul Adhaa 1435 (AH)
The 29th of Dhul Qa'dah 1435 AH is Thursday 25th September
2014 Sighting should be done after sunset of this day.
The new moon (crescent) will be born on Wednesday 24th
September 2014 at 2:14 a.m. Sunset on Thursday 25th
September 2014 will be at 6:03 p.m. At sunset of this day the
moon will be 39 hrs 49 mins old, and Muslims are reminded
to look for the crescent to commence the month of Dhul
Hijjah 1435 AH, and for the celebration of Eid ul Adhaa.
If the moon is sighted, then Eid ul Adhaa would be celebrat-
ed on Sunday 5th October 2014.
If it is not seen, then Dhul Qa'dah would complete 30 days
and Eid ul Adhaa would be on Monday 6th October 2014.
Enquiries of sighting can be made at:
Darul Uloom Trinidad and Tobago
Ph#: (868) 665-8868 / 665-1442 / 672-4758
Web page: www.darululoomtt.net
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The Catholic Religious Educational
Development Institute (Credi) hosted
two workshops during the July/August
The first workshop dealt with under-
standing of the underlying causes of boys
lack of interest in education.
The second focused on the psycho-
logical and emotional impacts of trauma
in the lives of children.
In July, Credi, in collaboration with
the Ministry of Education, hosted a four-
day workshop with the theme Retaining
Adolescent Male Interest in Education
in Preparation for Life at the Rudranath
Capildeo Learning Resource Centre
(RCRLC) in Couva. Participants were
drawn from teachers in early childhood,
primary, secondary and special education
schools, guidance counsellors, psychol-
ogists, social workers and school super-
A release from Credi said the workshop
explored challenges faced by our male
students, with emphasis on adolescent
males. Sessions included introspection,
promoting male achievement, social and
emotional learning, exploring boys lit-
eracy issues, brain research---how boys
learn; action to save our boys (classroom
strategies to motivate and promote learn-
ing), addressing anti-social behaviours;
and policy directives in moving forward.
Facilitator Camille Swapp, used brain
research data to highlight the chemical,
hormonal, and developmental differences
in boys in order to explain why boys learn
differently from girls. She explained that
one result of these differences is that
boys may not be ready for certain learning
activities, and there should be different
expectations about what boys and girls
could do at similar ages.
Educational consultant Wallis Wyke,
interrogated a range of literacy issues
among our adolescent males while asking
questions such as; "Are our boys reading?
What are they reading? How do boys
acquire interest in reading?"
Deeper issues related to literacy---emo-
tional, scientific, social and technological
factors---were also explored
In August, CREDI, with the support
of the Ministry of Community Devel-
opment, the Ministry of Gender, Youth
and Child Development; and the Ministry
of the People and Social Development
hosted Road to Resilience: Youth Trauma
Workshop, a two-day workshop at its
The sessions were conducted by two
highly qualified facilitators, counselling
psychologist Nicolette Choo Quan and
child psychologist Margaret Johnston.
The very interactive sessions allowed
participants to gain insights into a range
of psychological disorders such as conduct
disorders, depression and post-traumatic
Participants gained a better under-
standing of the effects of trauma on
development of affected people and were
able to access practical methods for treat-
ment and self-care management.
This workshop will be repeated for
southern participants on October 2 and
3 at the Pleasantville Community Centre,
focus on boys learning
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