Daily Archives: June 30, 2017

Buxton-Friendship Express Newsletter – June 2017 issue

Here is the June 2017 issue of Buxton-Friendship Express. Please download the attached copy.

On Saturday, July 1st, we’re holding our annual fundraising Summer Soirée in Brooklyn, NY. If you’re in or close to the area, we would greatly appreciate your generous support. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Buxton Heritage Fund scholarship and youth empowerment programme in Buxton.  (See advertisement below)

Happy Summer!

Lorna Campbell . Editor, Buxton-Friendship Express  …  e-mail address:  buxtonexpress@aol.com

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CIMBUX 28th Annual Souse Party – Lanham MD – Saturday July 8, 2017

CIMBUX 28th ANNUAL SOUSE PARTY

Hello CIMBUX Inc: Supporters and Friends,

Please join us at our “28th ANNUAL SOUSE PARTY”

at our “NEW LOCATION” in Maryland

9204 Tuckerman Street (off Cipriano). Lanham MD

on Saturday July 8th,2017

You may call Keith Easton for tickets at 240-601-3892

PLEASE SEE ATTACHED FLYER BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS.

FLYER:  CIMBUX Souce Party -2017

Guyana Unity Movement marks end of 51St Anniversary of Independence events in New York

Guyana Unity Movement marks end of 51St Anniversary of Independence events

June 27, 2017 – By Tangerine Clarke – Caribbean Life News

The 90-degree temps on Sunday, June 11, was the perfect atmosphere for the Guyana Unity Movement Inc. to bring down the curtain on its massive charity fund-raising Guyana Unity Day concert at Jefferson School Football field in Brooklyn, to celebrate Guyana’s 51st Anniversary of Independence, that began with a weekend of events on June 9.

Hundreds of Guyanese waved flags, and danced to music by Guyana Baboo – Terry Gajraj, Menes de Groit and the Shanto Rhythms, Chronicle Atlantic Steel Orchestra and many others, during the hours-long presentation put on by organizers of the nonprofit group.

http://www.caribbeanlifenews.com/stories/2017/7/2017-06-23-tc-guyana-unity-movement-cl.html?

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 28 June 2017

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 28 June 2017

Guyana for the first time can effectively monitor its spectrum

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 06:26 PM PDT

There is no increase in allowances for Ministers says Clerk of the National Assembly, as he described a recent article as Misleading

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 06:24 PM PDT

Diamond Mineral Water Sports Roundup – June 28, 2017

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 06:21 PM PDT

Guyanese positive TIP rating is due to government’s commitment to curb this scourge

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 06:19 PM PDT

Jagdeo said SOCU is taking Political directive and the commissioner is marginalized

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 06:15 PM PDT

City Hall is once again calling on errant Rates and Tax payers to pay up

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 06:12 PM PDT

City Hall and GWI work to address the issue of city businesses disposing of feces in alleyways and drains

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 08:10 AM PDT

The police will be more active in the community of Sophia to curb the reports of criminal elements creating havoc in the community at nights

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 07:31 AM PDT

Police will be more active in the community of Sophia to curb reports of criminal elements creating havoc

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 07:29 AM PDT

Diamond Mineral Water Sports Roundup – June 28, 2017

Posted: 28 Jun 2017 07:27 AM PDT

Failing the children once again? – By Yvonne Sam

Failing the children once again?

By Yvonne Sam

On May 25, 2010 the then President of Guyana Bharrat Jagdeo assented to the Sexual Offences Bill, a significant bill that included input from concerned citizens and schoolchildren. Within the said Bill are also provisions and penalty outlined for dealing with the media. It is clearly stipulated that if the media is irresponsible and if they put victims of sexual abuse through a second set of trauma after they’ve suffered these serious abuses, then they will pay the penalty too.      Continue reading

Canada 150: What does it mean to be Canadian today? – BBC News

Canada 150: What does it mean to be Canadian today?

A large 3D Canada 150 sign in Calgary

This week will see many full-throated renditions of “O Canada!”

The “Happy Canada Day” signs are already planted in front yards and the country is preparing to celebrate a birthday on Saturday, 150 years since British and French Canada bonded together to form a confederation.

Hanging over the ceremonies is the question of identity – the great driver of so much of today’s politics.

Canada, like other countries, poses the question of who we are and how we define ourselves in a churning global world.     Continue reading

Guyana Info Hub – June 28, 2017

GINA Guyana

Guyana Info Hub – June 28, 2017

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