Staff and students of the Spring village Pre-School are today celebrating the 18th anniversary of the School Supervisor at the School, Jocelyn Joseph said a week of activities, running from September 10th to 16th, has been planned to commemorate the occasion. The activities will begin with a Church Service on Sunday the 10th and will… Continue Reading →
The Bel-Air Diabetic and Hypertensive Club is hosting a luncheon today as part of activities to mark its 25th anniversary. The event, scheduled for the Bel-Air health center, will be used to demonstrate how local foods can be prepared to keep diabetes and hypertension at bay. Coordinator – Nurse Elsie Linley says the club has… Continue Reading →
Activities to celebrate the 250th Anniversary of the Botanic Gardens will continue during the month of July. Curator of the Botanic Gardens, Gordon Shallow tells NBC News the activities which kicked off in 2014 have been very successful thus far and members of the public have been calling for the Organizers to hold more events…. Continue Reading →
The St. Vincent Brewery is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year. And the Brewery says it will be embarking on numerous initiatives to celebrate this milestone. Tomorrow, the Brewery will host a Media Conference at its Main office in Campden Park, to outline the activities. The media conference begins at ten tomorrow morning.
The 104th Anniversary Lecture of the St. Vincent Girls High School takes place tonight at the Frenches House. This year, distinguished alumna and a 1996 National Scholar, Dr Arusha Campbell-Chambers, presents the topic “Empowering Caribbean Women to Embrace Self-Care and Self-Preservation”. Dr. Campbell-Chambers is the current Vice-President of the Dermatology Association of Jamaica and is… Continue Reading →
The Junior Chamber International (JCI) of St. Vincent and the Grenadines formerly known as the Jaycees, is currently preparing to join its global counterparts in celebrating the organization’s 100th anniversary. And, Executive Vice President for JCI West Indies, Alexis Murray who visited the state last week appealed to her local counterparts to continue to look… Continue Reading →