Carnival Glory Crew Members 'Give Back' to Port of Saint John, Participate in Mural Painting Project with Local School Children

Carnival Glory Crew Members 'Give Back' to Port of Saint John, Participate in Mural Painting Project with Local School Children

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Wednesday, August 28, 2013 - 1:30pm

Last week during a port call in Saint John, New Brunswick, more than a dozen Carnival Glory crew members participated in a “day of service” sponsored by the port, creating a large colorful mural with local children from inner-city schools.
The crew spent several hours working with the children on the brightly hued, nautical-themed panel which will be on display at the port’s Long Wharf Terminal and visible to locals and visitors alike.
The beautification project was part of a full day of community service activities coordinated by the Port of Saint John, which also hosted a hospitality suite as a way of saying “thank you” to all crew members who participated in this worthwhile project.
Saint John is a featured stop on Carnival Glory’s four- and five-day eastern Canada sailings from New York.