The Excelsior High School, which has the distinction of being the first institution to form a Tourism Action Club, was the venue for the Tourism Action Club 20th Anniversary Celebration and Poster Exhibition. The event saw the participation of a number of schools and provided the opportunity for the JTB to publicize the successes and benefits of the Club. Highlights of the day included the announcement of St Jago High School as the winner of the TAC 20th Anniversary Poster Competition. Additionally, there were radio interviews with former TAC members Minister Floyd Green, Minister of State, Ministry of Education, Youth and Information; Gavin Myers, Events Coordinator, National Integrity Action and Dr Alfred Dawes, Senior Medical Officer, Savanna-la-Mar Hospital. Other interviewees were, Radcliffe Haynes, former staff advisor at Excelsior High School who started the club 20 years ago, Principal Deanroy Bromfield and current TAC member Aisha Downer. All lauded the TAC for its role in their academic and personal development. Excelsior High School was presented with an award for their unbroken commitment to tourism education as the inaugural Tourism Action Club.
Cutting the TAC birthday cake at the Excelsior High SchoolOct 26, 2016