St Kitts and Nevis: Konris Maynard shares update on “Make-a-Wish” initiative

Member of Parliament for St. Christopher #3 and Minister of Public Infrastructure of St Kitts and Nevis- Konris Maynard, shared the update on the "Make-a-Wish" initiative on February 14, 2023. 

St Kitts and Nevis: Konris Maynard shares update on
St Kitts and Nevis: Konris Maynard shares update on "Make-a-Wish" initiative

St Kitts and Nevis: Member of Parliament for St. Christopher #3 and Minister of Public Infrastructure of St Kitts and Nevis- Konris Maynard, shared the update on the “Make-a-Wish” initiative on February 14, 2023. 

He shared the glimpses after joining The Cable, The C.A.R.E Foundation and the Rotary Club of Liamigua in sharing some love through the ‘Make-a-Wish’ initiative.

The Make-a-Wish outreach project is where the elderly and the infirm get an opportunity to wish for something they would love to have, and the sponsors try as much as possible to grant the wish.

While hailing the Cable, Konris Maynard stated, “High commendation must be given to The Cable, The C.A.R.E Foundation and the Rotary Club of Liamigua for this amazing program which was halted due to COVID over the past couple years.”

Earlier, he also joined members of the Water Services Department on a serious trek up to the Green Hill Water intake, about 1700ft above sea level in the mountains above Cayon. 

“This one was a bit serious (good exercise)!! Some folks vowed not to return(not me.. I am ready anytime!) I continue to join with the hard working staff of the Water Services Department to experience first hand what they experience on a regular so that as we build out our Water resiliency plan, I can have a full appreciation of the rigors and needs of the job, “said the minister. 

In one of the photos posted, he is standing next to a very important sign. He wants to urge everyone to NEVER proceed beyond these signs to these water intakes without authorisation and supervision from the Water Services Department. This is for their safety and for the safety of their water supply. There are gates and fences which further restrict access and he is appealing to all not to try to breach the gates and fences. 

“We will be prosecuting trespassers. Remember, Water is Life and Every Drop Counts and all of must play our part, “said the minister.