In October, two teenage boys from Tobago found a purse containing $5,000 in cash on the road along the Pigeon Point Heritage Park and returned it to its owner.

Caption (L-R) Chandelle Horsford, mom of Jayvorn Horsford, Jayvorn Horsford, Angostura’s Public Relations Officer, Ronda Betancourt, Anthonio Hackett and Cindy-Ann Waldron, mom of Anthonio Hackett.

That seemingly simple act catapulted these young men into the spotlight, where they were praised for their honesty and integrity. As a gesture of appreciation and in recognition of this good deed, 14-year-old Jayvorn Horsford of Bishop’s High School and his 16-year-old cousin, Anthonio Hackett of Signal Hill Secondary School were rewarded with a ‘fun day’ during the Christmas school break, courtesy Angostura.

Together with their moms and a guest, they were presented with round trip airline tickets to Trinidad, where they spent the day at Five Islands Amusement and Water Park inclusive of food, snacks, drinks and arcade games. They also received book vouchers valued at $1,500 to assist with their schooling and Angostura® Chill 6-packs, caps, and other branded items.