Prime Minister Presented With Update on Activities of Top Promotion’s Be Able Program

PM Continues to Pledge Support for the Plight of the Disabled on St. Maarten

The Prime Minister of St. Maarten the Honorable Sarah Wescot-Williams received a courtesy call from Mr. Henri Brookson and Mr. Rudy Groman from the Top Promotions Foundation in order to update the PM on the continued Be Able Program sponsoring sports for the disabled.


Mr. Brookson explained that the Be Able Program has been starting to offer disabled tennis lessons to locals as part of its program of encouraging sports for the disabled on St. Maarten. The PM received an update on the various activities and received an invitation to the Be Able Fundraising Dinner at Izzi Restaurant on Saturday at seven. During the event a documentary video on the Wheelchair Tennis Tournament and the activities of the Be Able Program of the Top Promotions Foundation will also be premiered.

The PM also specially mentioned the positive spinoff the activities of the organization will have for the disabled persons in the community of St. Maarten, who will have the opportunity to experience the strength and special talents many disabled persons possess.

"I would like to commend the Top Promotions Foundation on the excellent job which you have been doing with regards to the disabled here on the island. Plight of the disabled is very dear to me due to the memory of two of my siblings who passed away in 2010 and 2011 because of a very rare disease which caused them to be disabled during the last part of their lives. Before they passed they were able to have a good quality of life because of the care of the Sister Basilia Center and the caregivers that work there," concluded the Prime Minister.