ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – The guidance programme Mentoring Anointed Leaders Everywhere (M.A.L.E.) yesterday October 11, 2014 gave their young charges lessons on restaurant etiquette and on preparing simple meals as part of their personal development.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Shortly after his book hit the market he has become a writer that is on high demand with requests to appear on shows internationally to discuss the ‘Hot Topic’ stirred in the book ‘The Monogamy Mystery – Natural/Unnatural’.
SEA COW’S BAY, Tortola, VI – Students of the upper grades of the Ebenezer Thomas Primary School in Sea Cow's Bay were the most recent recipients of Ms Ayana S. Hull’s recent book.
DUFF'S BOTTOM, Tortola, VI – The New Life Baptist Church (NLBC) is assisting with the furnishing of a recording studio at Her Majesty’s Prison (HMP) where inmates with musical calling could record their music and continue to be an inspiration to others.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Mentoring Anointed Leaders Everywhere (M.A.L.E.) continues to provide guidance to youths of the Territory and has given due recognition to two deserving young men who have stood out over and above their peers by giving them book scholarships.
WICKHAM’S CAY II, Tortola, VI – “I was not expecting this, I do what I do because I see the need for [it] and this is my way in contributing to something that is well needed in our society today, I do not look forward for awards, my blessings come from God, I really wasn’t expecting this,” said Ms. Ayana S. Hull.
VALLEY, Virgin Gorda, VI – Premier Dr. The Honourable D. Orlando Smith lauded the St. Ursula’s Catholic Church in Virgin Gorda for its role in helping to promote the Territory’s tourism.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – There is a campaign out to prevent black Caribbean families from becoming too large and this traces its way back to slavery when families were torn apart, said Reverend Dr. Bentley Thomas, who presented a sermon on Sunday August 3, 2014 at the Sunday Morning Well.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Minister for Education and Culture Honourable Myron V. Walwyn called on Virgin Islanders to be tolerant of each other’s religious beliefs, emphasizing the point that such freedom to practice religion was denied the slaves.