CIBC FirstCaribbean staffers turn out in large numbers for Atlantic Fun Walk
CIBC FirstCaribbean employees are pictured receiving a trophy for their participation in the Atlantic Medical Fun Walk. Managing Director Marie Rodland-Allen (second left) and Duquesa Dean (third left) officially accept the trophy on behalf of CIBC FirstCaribbean. The trophy was presented by Minister of Health Dr. Hubert Minnis (right). Atlantic Medical’s Lynda Gibson is pictured at left.
CIBC FirstCaribbean employees are pictured walking together during the Atlantic Medical Fun Walk.
CIBC FirstCaribbean employee Terah Strachan (left) collects her prize after taking part in the Atlantic Medical Fun Walk.
CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Lashon Sawyer (left) collects her prize after taking part in the Atlantic Medical Fun Walk.
A group of CIBC FirstCaribbean employees walk together, a great demonstration of camaraderie among the staff.
CIBC FirstCaribbean employees are pictured with Minister of Health Dr. Hubert Minnis. Pictured from left are Robert Cox, Rhondi Robinson, Sean Blyden, Duquesa Dean, Minister Minnis and Althea Gibson.
CIBC FirstCaribbean staff members relax after a good morning walk. Pictured from left are Hilda Simmons, Jackie Reckley and Ianthe Moxey.
CIBC FirstCaribbean Managing Director Marie Rodland-Allen presents prizes to winners in their respective categories. PHOTOS: ANDREA MYERS- TANGUAY
Last week Saturday, executives of the Atlantic Medical Fun Walk Committee rewarded CIBC FirstCaribbean for registering over 100 participants for the annual event.
It seemed as if the message of healthy lifestyles, launched at the financial institution just over a month ago, quickly reached some of the bank’s staff, as for the first time, 154 persons registered to participate in the walk. From senior executives, leaders, managers and staff, employees turned out in large numbers.
Some completed the shorter three-mile fun walk while the more competitive ones, embarked on the grueling six-mile walk, that included walking over the Paradise Island Bridge twice. The CIBC FirstCaribbean team finished second just to BTC in terms of corporate participation. Managing Director Marie Rodland-Allen, who proudly completed the six-mile course, congratulated the team for their participation.
“We all came out and were recognized as a team, united and focused on accomplishing goals… no matter what that goal is,” she said. “That is excellent.” Staff members winning prizes included Terah Strachan, Lashon Sawyer, Brigitta Seymour and Desdemona Gibbs.
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