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Thank You all for making it possile

by carifinman · 0 comments

Hey everyone in the CariFin universe! Just wanna thank everyone for making the 20th CariFin Games successful! On a hot Saturday morning, the Torch Run from POS to Couva started it.
Then the 3 running events in the Urban Challenge. Even though the rain fell for the Chancellor Challenge it didn’t stop us. “Rain doh stop runners” Even the aerobics burnout was a blast.
We had our hiccups along the way. I must admit that a lot of things aren’t perfect, like the registration for the Urban Challenge.   We need to improve that to work efficiently (say 85% better would make a lot of improvement to be more organized.) Of course, we are aiming at 100%.  We have to handle the registration so we can have a smoother Urban Challenge.
Cricket, Football and All Fours: we have to bring some new ideas to the table or abandon this all together and stay with our core events or functions.
I want to start off by thanking the organizing committee for yet another year of working to provide health, fitness and friendship opportunities for members of the financial services sector. It was indeed a great experience working with you guys and I look forward to the next big thing we would be doing to get the sector engaged soon.
Getting quality volunteers is always a problem, but this year we got a few people from Arthur Lok Jack School of Business who were just terrific. We had Candice Blackman who managed from the Opening Ceremony, right down to the last event. She was visible working hard to say the least. There was another ALI student, Nigel Stephens who was there from early as 8.00 am and started working almost immediately. I really want to say thanks to these people as they were the backbone to organizing the day.
Since we’re thanking people and calling names, our committee member Allison Field was there to make it happen on the day with a myriad of tasks to perform.  Shelly Ann O’Neal – The Ms. CariFin – Manager was outstanding in getting her area organized, flowing and in place quickly. Thank you is in order for the MC – Mr. Colin Hernandez for doing a wonderful job all by himself as the – “Official Voice” of the evening.
We have to say thank you to the Chief Judge, Gerard Alfonzo (manager of Long Circular Club). He, along with his family, was there to assist for most of the day. Thanks again Gerard.
The PTIs must come up for mention as they assisted with the kid’s park and the finish line. The communication people REACT were marvelous.  They assisted in every area where they were called upon to help. And Trinidad and Tobago Road Runners Club for managing the cross country races and laying down the course. We got a chance to see some of what they have and what they can do in this obvious new era of technology and race management. Well! … What do I have to say of their service?…… I reserve my comment for now..
I want to thank the teams who made the extra effort and were able to get their sides to Sevilla in spite of all the other activities that were going on in the area of sports and other outdoor activities.
Thank You is in order to the Grace Kennedy – Country Head – Mr. Ronald Thompson who officially welcomed everyone on the day. It was definitely a pleasure having him on the Day
We can’t leave out the D.J
…. Wax has been with us from the beginning and continues to support us in many ways. A special thanks goes to Foxy from REACT who has helped us for the last five years from set up to clean up.  Big up Foxy!
Thank you goes to Nicole Warrick of RBL who manned the hospitality tent. We want to recognize St Johns ambulance.  They have been with us throughout.  Thanks a lot.

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