Patrons attending the third edition of the increasingly popular Priests Can Cook event on September 27 at the Grand Stand, Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain have been promised a feast of gourmet food plus music from champions.

This fund-raising event is being hosted jointly by the staff of the Catholic Education Board of Management (CEBM) and the staff of Archbishop’s House, with support from the past pupils of St Joseph’s Convent (POS) and St Mary’s College, two of the iconic and oldest secondary schools in this country.

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