Thursday, July 21, 2016
We were delighted that our CCRP Member, Dr Annette Alexis represented us at
their 5th Anniversary celebrations
Dear Members and Friends of GARP,
These are just a few highlights of the beautiful afternoon at Wild Woods
Park when we celebrated GARP'S 5th Anniversary with an all inclusive beach
party. As you can see we also had the honor of the Prime Minister
celebrating with us and Grenada's top Calypsonian Ajamu. We had also
representations from Jamaica, Dr. Alexis, Carriacou, Mrs. Mary Simon and
Mrs. Gloria Smith, and from the USA Mr. Ed Clark. Our DJ was SWIFT and our
live band was CARESS.
A. silent auction was staged on the day with lots of wonderful and valuable
items which were donated to GARP and many enjoyed ticket prices of wines.
We had a coffee stall by Spice Isle Coffee who served ice and hot coffee
during the afternoon. Thank you for your kind support and donation.
I also want to take this opportunity to thank all the hard working
volunteers for their help in making this a successful and memorable event
and to our donors of air tickets with SVG, food, drinks, plates, glasses,
bowls and prizes thank you for your great reputation of giving back to the
local community and we greatly appreciated your support. To our divine
Savior, thank you for the weather that allowed us all to come and leave
safely, even those that came from abroad, for the delicious food and drinks
and the music and comradery that brought joy to our hearts.
Sent from my iPad
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
This week we could go home and play back to back games and gather some momentum. The first game at home is very crucial and hopefully we win at home against St Kitts."
Head of PR and Communications
Caribbean Premier League
Saturday, July 16, 2016
|Our PROComm Team celebrating Jamaica Day 2014|
Saturday, July 9, 2016
|Champion GraceKennedy-Heather Little-White Household Workers Michael Lawson and Millicent Clunis with GraceKennedy CEO Senator Don Wehby and Phime Minister Andrew Holness|
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Excerpt from Jamaica Observer column published 4 July 2016
By Jean Lowrie-Chin
The scores who attended VIP Attractions launch of Jamaica Experiences last Friday, were treated to a taste of this multi-media programme to promote our beautiful country. From the grater cake lady, to the acrobatic coconut man, Ity and Fancy Cat's humour, DJ Bambino's great selections and a surprise performance by a super-mellow Bennie Man, we agreed that David and Liz Hall's concept will be a big winner for Jamaica.
Tourism Minister Ed Bartlett seemed delighted with this boost and was thanked for his encouragement in the launch of VIP Attractions lounges in the Montego Bay and Kingston international airports, which have been winning a string of international awards. We have to make special mention of Shelly-Ann Fung who misses no detail in making the Club MoBay and Club Kingston memorable.
With its vivid offerings, Jamaica Experiences can tweak the JTB slogan to say, "Know Jamaica … before you go". Thank you David Hall, for putting your money behind your faith in Jamaica.
Thursday, June 23, 2016
There is the inevitable shake-up of boards of public agencies following a change of government, but I would like to shine a light on the fine contribution of the Board of Milk River Spa chaired by Dr Guyan Arscott, to the renovation of this treasure of Clarendon. The Board described their mandate and vision of the Milk River Mineral Bath and Spa (MRBS): “Milk River to become an iconic project to form the driving force of South Coast Tourism.”
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
|One of the police stations set ablaze before the Tivoli operations - rjrnewsonline.com|
|Visiting our parents' graves at Calvary this Easter .. once again, Dad's grave has been vandalised .. Mom's grave awaits tombing - her burial was in February. A security guard stands watch behind us.|