THE PASSING OF PATRICIA ANNE HOOD Patricia Anne Hood Cherubin, former Wesley Hall School student of Bluggoe Cottage and Tyrrel Street died peacefully at her home in Toronto on Friday, March 24th, 2017. She was the wife of Lincoln ‘Toro’ Depradine; mother of Dr Jamal Depradine and Khalil Depradine. Among other surviving relatives are her […]
“9TH PUMP IT UP! PRESS LAUNCH” St. George — The Grenada Co-operative Bank Limited’s 9th annual Pump it Up! Family Fun Walk, which will be held in Carriacou on April 2, 2017 and in Grenada on April 23, 2017, has been launched.
NGOS TO DISCUSS LEGAL FRAMEWORKS AND ENABLING ENVIRONMENT St. George — Non-governmental organisations in Grenada will meet on March 23rd, 2017 at the Players Level 1n National Stadium Conference Room to review the report of a study that was undertaken of the legal frameworks and enabling environment for the operation of NGOs in the region.
GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE BANK LTD INITIATIVE FOR THE RESUSCITATION OF CARLTON HOME, SUPPORTED BY GUARDIAN GENERAL INSURANCE (OECS) LTD St. George — Grenada Co-operative Bank has announced its plans to make a difference to the landscape of Grenadian society by commencing a new initiative at the Carlton Home — a facility for the care, counselling and […]
LA POTERIE, ST. ANDREW TO RECEIVE PRIZE FOR BEAUTIFICATION IN 2016 St. George — The community of La Poterie in St. Andrew will be the proud recipient of a billboard and $1000.00 as the first place winners in the 2016 National Independence Beautification Competition.
CANADA FUND FOR LOCAL INITIATIVES (CFLI); AND, COMPETITION “BE HIGH COMMISSIONER OF CANADA FOR A DAY!” BRIDGETOWN — 2017 marks a special milestone for Canada, the 150th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation. This anniversary provides a unique opportunity for Canada to share our values and sense of what it means to be Canadian.
FUNDRAINING DEADLINE NEARS FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR YOUNG CARRIACOU BOY Hillsborough – A young boy from Carriacou will be travelling to Boston under the guardianship of his sister for life-‐changing treatment.
SIR NICHOLAS BRATHWAITE: GRENADA’S BEST PRIME MINISTER I was deeply saddened by the death of Sir Nicholas Brathwaite (Sir Nick) in November 2016 and that he died in virtual obscurity, ignored by the leadership of his party, the NDC, and a man with a broken heart for Grenada which he loved and served so well.
CANON CLEMENT FRANCIS ENDS PASTORAL MINISTRY St. George — The St. George’s Anglican Church Community is making preparations to join their Anglican fraternity on the sister isle of Carriacou to bid farewell to Canon Clement Francis as his full-time pastoral ministry closes on January 31st.
A REPEATED PROPOSAL ON A WAY TO BENEFICIALLY ENGAGE ALUMNI OF GRENADA’s T.A. MARRYSHOW COMMUNITY COLLEGE (T. A.M.C.C.) I would like to propose as I have done previously, that the administrators of T.A.M.C.C. should generally action a systematic plan to organize and mobilize its alumni in the Diaspora and at home (using available socal […]