Saturday , November 26 2022

UTS supports Saba carnival

The Daily Herald reports today that United Telecommunications Services (UTS) supports the Saba Cultural Foundation, in its endeavor to stage the 2013 Carnival festivities in Saba. with a donation of  $4,000

“UTS is a steady yearly contributor towards Carnival in Saba, and we are happy to support the foundation again,” said UTS Marketing and Communication Officer Ivy Lambert.

Saba Cultural Foundation President Dave Levenstone said, “On behalf of my fellow board members we would hereby like to thank Chippie/UTS for their continued support and cooperation towards Saba Carnival 2013. Chippie from its inception has always played
a very important part in our Carnival.”

The Saba Carnival festivities kicked off on July 22 and continue throughout the week with various events. The celebrations end with the Last Lap parade on Sunday, July 28.

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