Rainbow City Festival belongs to the town of Grenville in St. Andrew’s. It is another culture rich activity, which is an exhilarating celebration that exhibits local arts and crafts, food, and music and offers tours of our natural attractive sites. Rainbow City was once a well attended event, which unfortunately dwindled over the last few years. Our hope is to witness the revival of this once extravagant portrayal of fine art and talent that exists within the shores of Grenada.
This is an annual historic event that takes place in Gouyave, St. John’s. It has been ongoing since the 1980’s and continues to be an exciting and well attended event to this day. GRENLEC supports this activity and is delighted at the fact that such a culture filled experience was able to be maintained for such an extensive period.
GRENLEC initiated this award andrecognises the most outstandinggraduate from the Electrical Installation Technology Programme. The award is presented at the annual Graduation Ceremony of the T.A. Marryshow Community College. We are delighted to be given the opportunity to congratulate these students for their excellence during their studies and to wish them the best as they begin their professional life.
T.A. Marryshow Community College benefited from an upgrade to a technologically advanced lab for modern language and communications, proudly donated by GRENLEC in 2006. This project introduced thirty- seven computers, a server, two projectors, other audio-visual equipment and accessories. The upgrade of the lab facilitated the long awaited start of four new languages, namely, Chinese, Portuguese, German and Italian.
In 2004, GRENLEC made a contribution to the Hillsborough Secondary School of a new computer lab. The lab serves to train students of forms three to five for CXC exams in Information Technology.
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