Daily Archives: May 30, 2018

LAST LAP LIME VOLUNTEERS EVENT- Tropical Nights Restaurant – June 3, 2018 – Toronto

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LAST LAP LIME VOLUNTEERS EVENT – June 3, 2018 – Toronto

Join us on June 3rd as we thank our existing volunteers, welcome new volunteers and launch Last Lap Lime 2018 at Tropical Nights Restaurant, 1154 Morningside Ave, Scarborough, Ontario from 2.00-5.00 pm.

“The Last Lap Lime (LLL) fundraiser is an annual Guyanese-themed event held at the Woodbridge Fair Grounds on the first Monday in August.

It is managed by Toronto-based alumni associations of four Guyanese high schools – St. Joseph’s, Bishops’, St. Stanislaus, and Queen’s College.

Now in its 22nd year, net proceeds from the event have been used to finance many projects, benefiting both students and teachers, to assist in maintaining the excellent educational standards of the alma maters of the four aforementioned LLL partner associations.   Continue reading

US Group funds UG’s Business School Innovation prize

The US-based philanthropic organization, the Guyana Economic Development Trust is partnering with the School of Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation (SEBI) of the University of Guyana (UG) to provide funding for an annual Guyana Innovation Prize to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship.

The organisation’s founder Oslene Carrington told Stabroek News yesterday “Several tens of thousands of US dollars are on the table for them to grow their businesses”.

Oslene Carrington

Carrington, who made a presentation during one of the sessions at the SEBI Inaugural Entrepreneurial Conference 2018 held over the past three days at the Ramada (Georgetown) Princess Hotel, at Providence, told Stabroek News yesterday that soon the Guyana Innovation Prize will award students, faculty and alumni who are engaged in innovative projects and innovative research that is connected to technology and agro-processing…..

READ MORE: US Group funds UG Business Innovation prize