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Orange Grove Pharmacy Launches Campaign To Support K1 Britannia Foundation

Cole Bay:--- The Orange Grove Pharmacy has launched a percentage of sale campaign to benefit the K1 Britannia Foundation. The campaign entails that 10% of proceeds of purchases of USD 60.00 or more on drugstore items (excluding prescriptions) will be donated to the K1 Britannia Foundation. The promotion will run until December 2016 with the intention to raise as much funds for the work the foundation does in the community.

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Foster Kids Enjoy Parotte Ville Courtesy of K1 Britannia Foundation.
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Belvedere, St. Maarten – The K1 Britannia Foundation treated 30 foster kids of New Start and Hope Outreach to a educational and fun trip to the newly opened Parotte Ville.

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K1 Britannia hosts sailing challenge for foster kids
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St. Maarten News – The K1 Britannia Foundation in collaboration with 12 Meter, organized a fun sailing challenge for youths in foster care last Saturday. The Foster Care Program is a core part of the K1 Britannia Foundation activities on St. Maarten.

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Minister Of Tourism Arrindell Commends Community On Participation In Clean-Up Of Kim Sha Beach
Carib Seek

GREAT BAY (DCOMM) -- Minister Hon. Ingrid Arrindell of the Ministry Tourism, Economic Affairs, Traffic and Telecommunications (Ministry TEATT), is commending the community with respect to their participation in assisting the organizers of the Heineken Regatta with a clean-up of the Kim Sha beach on Saturday, January 9.

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Great turnout for St. Maarten Regatta 4th Annual Beach Clean-Up
Sail World

The St. Maarten Regatta organized the 4th Annual Beach Clean-up which took place last Saturday, January 9th 2016. Students and local organizations worked together collecting garbage littering Kim Sha Beach. Participants came from LAB Sports Academy, Scouting Antiano, the K1 Britannia Foundation, Learning Unlimited, St. Maarten Christian Party and the St. Maarten Academy PSVE. Over fifty-five volunteers participated, pleasing organizers with approximately 200 kilos in 40 bags of garbage collected.

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