The Namibian delegation which is currently in Jamaica to celebrate the nation’s 60th anniversary of independence. The delegation, which is now representing the President of the Republic of Namibia, who was originally expected to be in Jamaica, is headed by the Honourable Christine Hoebes, Minister in the Presidency of Namibia.
The 67th Annual Denbigh Agricultural Show will be crowing winners from the Grow Smart Competition on Monday, August 1. A Youth in Agriculture Village will also be open with displays daily.
In continuing their support of the work provided by healthcare workers, Sandals South Coast Resorts gave special rewards to 11 of the longest-serving nurses from the Black River Hospital. All other nurses serving at the hospital had an opportunity to participate in raffles, where some walked away with day and evening passes to the Sandals resort.
Tilbert Stewart’s commitment to being present and supporting his family has come with sacrifices. For Father’s Day, the team at Boom Energy Drink, in partnership with Food For The Poor, gifted the family with a new home to replace their previous unit, which was deplorable and quite inadequate.
Under the Ministry of Education and Youth, this year’s National Youth Policy Summer Creative Challenge is now open. Participants between the ages of 15 and 28 are required to submit a creative piece focusing on at least one priority area of the policy.
The Taste of the Caribbean festival held in Miramar, Florida, was a huge success. The guests have been honouring the many cultures and seem to be having a great time doing so. The event paves the way for the city to achieve many more cultural victories in the future.
The illustrious life of the Right Excellent Norman Washington Manley helped lay the groundwork for the Jamaica we now cherish. The cultural icon and National Hero was honoured by the Jamaican government to commemorate what would be his 129th anniversary of his birth.
The Heart Foundation of Jamaica’s Vic Higgs Memorial Golf Tournament will be held for the 29th time on July 9, 2022, at 6 a.m. at the Constant Spring Golf Course. The tournament continues to be an exciting fundraising event for the Foundation’s mobile screening programme, which provides Jamaicans with heavily subsidised heart screening services.