The Flow Community Christmas campaign took on the task of giving Soufriere’s waterfront park a facelift as the cruise season picks up. The park is the first thing that greets visitors to the west coast town – after the iconic Pitons, that is. Flow staffers pressure-washed the area, and then painted the walls with St. Clair and Associates and Harris Paints. In addition to the community project, Soufrière mayor, Pius Gangardine joined a team from Flow to present Christmas grocery hampers to families in Wingsville, Upper Church Street and New Development. One of the recipient families includes two handicapped children. As part of the campaign FLOW has also refurbished the Laborie Village Square, Bay Street Comfort Station in Gros Islet, and the Belvedere bus shelter in Canaries.