Stuco utility workers James Marlin (front), Cecil Otto and Eric Simmons (second row, from left) with pupils of Lynch Plantation Seventh-Day Adventist School with their teacher Helen Peroti.(right)
ST. EUSTATIUS–Pupils and teachers of Lynch Plantation Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA) school went to various institutions and businesses in St. Eustatius to sing and pray in observance of World Day of Prayer.
The SDA pupils visited for instance St. Eustatius Auxiliary Home for the Elderly and Chapel Piece Recreational Center.
At St. Eustatius Utility Company Stuco’s office on Korthalsweg, the children of Grade Seven, accompanied by their teacher Helen Peroti, sang and offered a prayer for management and staff.
While on their way out of the Stuco building, the pupils encountered Stuco utility workers Cecil Otto, James Marlin and Eric Simmons, who were also serenaded.
The children sang songs in both the English and Dutch languages. The three utility workers thanked the students and said they appreciated them for remembering them in their prayers.