Sunday, April 14, 2024

‘MESA not a club just for old men’


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THE MEN’S EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT ASSOCIATION (MESA) is not a club for old men. Its new chairman says that image must change and his desire is to attract young men to its fold.

Grantley Osbourne, in a fiery address at his first general meeting recently, said the first order of business would be the recruitment of members, particularly young men, to provide a larger pool of resources to do the work he has planned. “We want to change the perception that MESA is an organisation of old men,” Osbourne declared.

He also announced his intention to be involved more intimately with families and young men in collaboration with women’s organisations.

Speaking to a fired-up group of members of all ages in the hall of The St. Michael School on Martindales Road, Osbourne said, “Family is the hub, the glue, the bedrock of society.”

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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