Hand shake

Mark Stafford (left) shakes hands with Chairman Iven Joshua, witnessed by Ambrym Leader Jimmy Andeng(right) and school committee member Benoire Reprep (far left)

The Kiwanis Club of New Zealand has donated desks and chairs for Maranatha School on Ambrym through Mark Stafford in Port Vila.

The furniture was accepted by the Chairman of the school in the Capital, Iven Joshua.

Maranatha School is a community-based junior secondary boarding school, located on South West Ambrym, which operates under the Seventh Day Adventist Mission Education Authority.

Its status as a Junior Secondary School comprises of Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 with six teachers and four auxiliary staff and their families.

The school Principal is Diana Willie.

The school currently has over 80 students from Ambrym, Paama, Malekula, Efate, Pentecost and Santo.

The Chairman of the Committee wishes to thank the Kiwanis Club for recognising the shortfall that faces the school and responding positively towards it.

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