Mr. Atario Mitchell, President of Bahamas Striping, on Monday, August 15th, 2017, presented Rotary Club of Eleuthera President, Sherrin Cooper, with a supply of back packs to be presented to students in preparation for a Back to School drive.
Mr. Mitchell and his team were on the island to replace a number of existing cats eyes with a more modern, solar powered version. The company was in South Eleuthera during March and April of 2016 to complete a contract awarded by the Ministry of Works, covering 13 miles of road way in South Eleuthera, from Tarpum Bay to Green Castle, where thermoplastic center line striping, cats eyes and glass reflective beads were applied.
President Cooper told Mr. Mitchell that she was delighted for the partnership and admired Bahamas Striping for continually giving back to communities all over the Bahamas. She was happy to assist with the cats eyes placement in the area called Charlotte’s Bend.
Also on hand for the occasion, were Rotarians Past President Jacqueline Gibson, President Elect Sandra Ingraham, Club Secretary Susan Culmer, and Membership Chair Glenda Johnson.