Following closely on the heels of a very intensive two-day Retreat, the National Olympic Committee has been assiduously attending to the plans for 2010 and beyond.
On Monday 22 February, the National Olympic Committee, the educational arm of the NOC, addressed the several projects that fall under its ambit – Culture and Education, Sport and the Environment, NOC Legacy and Sport for All.
The weekly radio programme, Olympism, will be completely revamped to be far more dynamic and interactive. A meeting of the Education and Culture Commission has been scheduled fro tomorrow, Wednesday 24 February, to finalise the new approach. There will also be discussions on the establishment of a television programme by the same name, Olympism, for the period 2010 through to 2010.
The National Olympic Committee’s focus for the next few years has been well established. It is London 2012 and every effort is being made to ensure that all of St Vincent and the Grenadines in involve din the lead up to this major event.
On the afternoon of 23 February 2010, the Queen’s Baton Relay preparations will be finalised as the Committee carrying the responsibility for the St Vincent and the Grenadines leg of the event meets at Olympic House.