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Monday, 20 November 2017 18:48

The Late Clive Pantin Among 13 Inducted Into Fatima College Hall Of Achievement

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Thirteen past students of Fatima College were inducted into the College's Hall of Achievement over the weekend.

Those selected represent a wide cross section in society - from Religion to Public Service.

According to President of the Fatima Old Boys' Association, Ruthven Thompson, people who have made their mark through leadership, steadfastness and excellence were chosen.

Principal, Father Gregory Augustine, said the ceremony is a ritual intended to inspire Fatima students and the society.

Former Principal of the College, the late Clive Pantin, was among those inducted into the Hall of Achievement.

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