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Monday 11 December 2017
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Tobago Maxi Taxi Drivers and Owners Association Family Day

From left, Chelsea Washington Jayleen Phillips and Makehlia Antoine, share some time together at the Family Day hosted by the Tobago National Maxi Taxi Drivers and Owners’ Association at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park on Monday.

The Tobago Maxi Taxi Drivers and Owners Association held its Family Day at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park on Monday. President of the Association, Cloyd Williams, said Monday’s event capped a week of activities which included a church service on Sunday. Despite the inclement weather, members, relative and friends, enjoyed a day of camaraderie, good food and presentation of tokens of appreciation for past members.

Here are some images of the event.

Curtis Archie, left, and Len Phillips of the Division of Community Development, Enterprise Development and Labour turned out to give support to the Tobago National Maxi Taxi Drivers and Owners Association at its Family Day at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park on Monday.

A diner makes sure he has all the goodies on his plates as lunch is served at the Family Day hosted by the Tobago National Maxi Taxi Drivers and Owners’ Association at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park on Monday.

A guest gets his plate of food served up just right at the Family Day hosted by the Tobago National Maxi Taxi Drivers and Owners’ Association at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park on Monday.

Erin Stewart, presented a plaque to Fitzroy Wallace, a past member of Tobago National Maxi Taxi Drivers and Owners’ Association at the group’s Family Day at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park on Monday.

Arlene Greg, left, presents a gift to Adolphus James, past member of the Tobago National Maxi Taxi Drivers and Owners’ Association at the group’s Family Day at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park on Monday. At centre is Cloyd Williams, President of the Association

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