The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) on Friday revealed its 2019 calendar while the students who participated in the art competition were also rewarded. The six students – Chelsea Wallerson, Mariana Ramai, Lorenzo Smartt, Darshanie Pirana, Unn Persaud and Shavanie Balkissoon – were among more than 130 students who would have entered their artworks to be featured in the calendar.As they were rewarded, Public Relations and Marketing Manager, Pamela Binda pointed out that along with the creative pieces, the almanac is inked with the banking institution’s new tagline “We see Guyana through your eyes”. They are also aligned to focus more on retail and commercial lending.“We have been focusing more on commercial lending and this is one of the reasons you will see GBTI being repositioned and one of the reasons we have a new tagline ‘We see Guyana through your eyes’. We’re more than banking. We believe in people achieving their dreams,” Binda noted.She further stated that the response from stakeholders surpassed all expectations, while added that the Bank will continue to support and investing in youths.“This year exceeded more than we anticipated. Thankfully, people still see our calendar art competition as one that is worthwhile entering and this is testimony to the fact that we invest in our young people and we will continue to do this. The bank will continue to make avenues like these possible so that persons can exhibit their skills and talents,” she asserted.Meanwhile, Executive Director Richard Isava stated, “Many times, we don’t encourage our children to participate in the arts and literature and music. This is a great demonstration that there are many careers in Guyana that you can pursue.”Consumers can look forward to their decorated calendar next year which features the six winning pieces.
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John Terry John Terry could still be offered a new contract by Chelsea, the club have announced.The 35-year-old revealed on Sunday that he will leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season after being informed he will not be offered an extension on his current deal, which expires in the summer.Terry told reporters following the FA Cup win over MK Dons: “It’s not going to be a fairytale ending. I’m not going to retire at Chelsea, which it took me a couple of days to get over.“Ideally, I would have loved to stay, but the club’s moving in a different direction.”But Chelsea have released a statement insisting that their captain, who has spent his entire career with the Blues, could yet stay on beyond this season.The club have yet to appoint a permanent successor to Jose Mourinho, with Guus Hiddink in charge for the remainder of the campaign, and will let the new boss decide whether to offer Terry an extension.A club spokesman said: “John requested a meeting with the club the week before last.“In that meeting he asked about the possibility of an extension to his existing contract.“John was advised that while no new deal was currently on the table, that situation could change in the coming months.“The club has the utmost respect for John and everything he has helped us achieve to date.“He is a fantastic servant of Chelsea Football Club and a superb captain and, as such, the club will keep the channels of dialogue open.”Terry joined Chelsea at the age of 14 and has since made 696 appearances, scoring 66 goals, during 18 seasons as a first-team player.He has won every major club honour with the Blues, including the Champions League in 2012, four Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups and the 2013 Europa League.Terry insists he still has the desire to continue playing, but has ruled out playing for another English club if he does leave Chelsea in the summer. “I couldn’t play for another Premier League club,” said Terry. “It will be elsewhere for sure.“I feel as though I’m in great nick, I’m playing great and I’ve got a couple of years to go.” 1