This weekend, 13 secondary school students will be hiking their way to the Duke of Edinburgh Award’s Silver Award.
The hiking trip, which started at the Graydon Sealy Secondary School in Paddock Road, St. Michael this afternoon at 2, will see the youngsters heading to set up camp at the St. George Secondary for the night.
In the morning they will move on to the Grantley Adams Secondary School to set up camp for the night and then move on St. John Parish Church the following morning.
The hike end there.
The group, which meets at Graydon Sealy Secondary School, is a part of the Award which is celebrating its 50th anniversary in Barbados. (DS)
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