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Old 01-11-2004, 11:40 AM
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Robbed school children get supportive international visitors

SCHOOL children whose school was robbed and their morning tea urn stolen had smiles on their faces again when one company came to their aid with a new urn.

Children who are hearing impaired, from the Papua New Guinea Red Cross Society’s (PNGRCS) special education center in Hohola, Port Moresby, were visibly shaken when they arrived in school two weeks ago to see broken glasses splattered all over the floor.

Their only hot water urn which they use for their delightful morning tea and other projects was stolen when criminals decided to steal their urn when they found nothing else of much value.

Show of delight……Jackson and Doris Ting are surrounded by happy children who were presented with a new urn and plastic bags full of surprises.
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Old 01-11-2004, 11:48 AM
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However, Sign Tech Advertising Limited was quick to replace the stolen urn with a new one and also provided lunch and morning tea for all the staff and children at the school.

Head of Sign Tech Jackson Ting and his wife Doris, who were in the country from Brunei Darussalam, for a few days heard of the children’s plight and decided to pay a visit to the school the same day they flew into PNG.

“We are happy to help the unfortunate and see that the children are happy again,” Mr. Ting said.

PNGRCS Secretary General Ms. Jacqueline Boga who was present to witness the presentation of the gifts thanked Sign Tech Advertising for their help.

“This is not the only time Sign Tech has assisted the PNG Red Cross Society and I would like to thank you for you help to the school and the National Society,” Ms. Boga said.

School coordinator Mrs. Hilda Tuaru thanked Sign Tech Advertising for the assistance on behalf of the staff and children.

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Ms. Boga and Mrs. Tuaru accept the new urn from Mrs. Ting.
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