Daily Archives: 02/24/2023

 TORONTO KAITEUR LIONS CLUB –  31st.Charter Anniversary Ball – Toronto – April 1, 2023


 31st.Charter Anniversary Ball

Saturday, April 1st, 2023

At 6.30 PM – Dinner Served at 7.30 PM

Sts. Peter & Paul Banquet Hall

231 Milner Avenue, Scarborough

 (Off Markham Road, North of 401)


Music by

Fuh Fun Band & DJ Tee Cee

Dress: Formal

(Black Tie or Dark Suit)

 Tickets – $75.00

  • (Dinner & Wine included)

Available from:

  1. Teddy Boyce – 289- 660-1660
  2. Martin Bowen – 416- 931-6837
  3. David Chan – 416- 841-2426
  4. Rudy Misir- 416-830-7839
  5. Verona Payne – 647- 716-9226

Or any member of the Club

 **Entertainment**Door Prizes**Raffle**

DANCE FLYER 2023.pdf (Click to view) 

GUYANA: 53rd Republic Anniversary Greetings from PPP and PNCR

‘Let Mashramani 2023 reflect camaraderie and oneness’ – PPP

See full statement from the Peoples Progressive Party/Civic:  On the occasion of Guyana’s 53rd Republic anniversary, the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) expresses best wishes to…

Republic Anniversary greetings to all Guyanese – PNCR

See full statement from the Peoples National Congress:  Happy 53rd Republic Anniversary to all our fellow Guyanese at home and abroad. On this day, 53 years…

Guyana: 53 years as a Republic – By The GHK Lall Column

GHK Lall

By GHK Lall –  Feb 23, 2023

Kaieteur News – After 53 years of existence as a Republic, Guyana should have so much more to show for that time, so much to be proud about, even boast about, considering our fabulous endowments.  In people.  In the fruits of the earth, and now of the sea.  In the reality of potential and possibilities actually in our hands, in how well we are now positioned.  Though I am loathe to acknowledge, after 53 years, we have fallen short of our grand promise, been a huge disappointment.  So much given, so little to show for it.

Half of our citizens, however counted, have foreign addresses as their home.  The most telling demographic is our youth, the vigorous bloodstream of a polity and people, only for them to live and relive the ancient prejudices and bigotries of their forebears.  It is what punishes our social environment, what tampers with our minds, yokes our thinking.  We can have all the riches in the world (and we do), but if we do not have the skills and smarts and strengths to make the most expansive (inclusive) use of them, then we are all the poorer for what we have failed to contemplate, prioritize, achieve.  We have failed to do so, haven’t we?        Continue reading

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