Posted by Jacquie Gibson on Aug 16, 2017
Mr. Aterio Mitchell, President of Bahamas Striping, presented President Sherrin Cooper with a supply of Back Packs to be presented to students in preparation for a Back to School Drive.  Mr. Mitchell and his team were also on the island to replace a number of existing cats eyes with a more modern solar powered version.  This company was in South Eleuthera several months ago when the commenced strategically located street and road markings.  President Sherrin told Mitchell that she was delighted for the partnership and admired Bahamas striping for continually giving back to communities all over the Bahamas. She was delighted to assist with the Cats Eyes placement in the area called Charlotte's Bend.  On hand for the occasion were Rotarians Past President Jacqueline Gibson, President Elect Sandra Ingraham, Club Secretary Susan Culmer, and Membership Chair Glenda Johnson.