Pathfinders treat police officers on Father’s DayPOSTED: 06/21/16 12:36 PM
The pathfinders pose for a picture in front of the police station with several police officers. Photo KPSM
St. Maarten News – The Philipsburg Pioneers Pathfinders treated the morning shift at police headquarters yesterday to with a very healthy pre-packed breakfast, consisting of Johnnie cakes, vegetarian sausages and soya, different type of fruits, porridge and bush tea.
Jacky Barry, a counselor with the Pathfinders Club stated on behalf of the other leaders that they realize that the police force has been through a lot of difficulties lately and that the club was more than happy to cheer them up.
Police spokesman Chief Inspector Ricardo Henson accepted the gesture and thanked the Pathfinders Club for having them in their minds and hearts. The inspector also encouraged the youngsters to continue to be an example to others in particular the youth by occupying themselves with positives community oriented projects.
The Pioneers Pathfinders Club is a department of the Seventh Day Adventist Church and works specifically on the cultural, social and religious education of children and adolescents in the age group between 10 and 15 years.
Part of the requirements for the members involves giving back to the community and showing appreciation to others. With the Father’s Day breakfast, the club members showed their appreciation and gratitude to the men and women in blue.