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Hon Fraser Save the Seed B’Ball League promotes breast cancer month

-Moments of remembrance were led by one of two Directors of the League Hon Julian Fraser RA, & Attorney and Author Ayana S. Hull
A moment of silence to recognize the fight against cancer was led by mother, daughter, author and Attorney at Law Ayana S. Hull (right) with support from Honourable Julian Fraser RA whose name the League bears. Photo: Andre 'Shadow' Dawson
Ms. Hull (left) urged all to take the disease seriously and be sure to get checked for all types of cancers. Also in photo are Chairman of the Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed National Basketball League Committee Julian Willock and Hon Julian Fraser RA. Photo: Andre 'Shadow' Dawson
Ms. Hull (left) urged all to take the disease seriously and be sure to get checked for all types of cancers. Also in photo are Chairman of the Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed National Basketball League Committee Julian Willock and Hon Julian Fraser RA. Photo: Andre 'Shadow' Dawson
Meanwhile, Hon Julian Fraser RA, a founder of the League urged all to pay close attention to all health issues and said he was happy to endorse breast cancer awareness month. Hon Fraser said that his Basketball League continues to be more than just basketball, but encompasses all aspects of youths, the fans and the entire community. Photo: Andre 'Shadow' Dawson
Meanwhile, Hon Julian Fraser RA, a founder of the League urged all to pay close attention to all health issues and said he was happy to endorse breast cancer awareness month. Hon Fraser said that his Basketball League continues to be more than just basketball, but encompasses all aspects of youths, the fans and the entire community. Photo: Andre 'Shadow' Dawson
DUFF’S BOTTOM, Tortola, VI - Last evening October 31, 2014 marked the Virgin Islands and the International Community’s end of breast cancer awareness month.

However, the popular Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed National Basketball League now a signature sporting event in the Territory did not allow the month to go unnoticed as a moment of silence and words of promotion and awareness were said during half time of round 1 of the championship games between Bayside Blazers and Knights.

The games are played at the Save the Seed Energy Centre in Duff’s Bottom on the main island of Tortola.

The moment of silence to recognize the fight against cancer was led by mother, daughter, author and Attorney at Law Ayana S. Hull with support from Honourable Julian Fraser whose name the League bears.

Ms. Hull urged all to take the disease seriously and be sure to get checked for all types of cancers. Ms. Hull who made headlines recently with her bestseller book on the local financial services sector made mention of one of her church members who went public about his battle with cancer and asked all in the energy centre to keep providing support and love to those who have been touched by this disease.

Meanwhile, Hon Julian Fraser RA, a founder of the League urged all to pay close attention to all health issues and said he was happy to endorse breast cancer awareness month. Hon Fraser said that his Basketball League continues to be more than just basketball, but encompasses all aspects of youths, the fans and the entire community.

He said the Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed Basketball League was very delighted to be associated with such a worthy and timely cause and thanked everyone present for their participation in the brief moment of awareness.

The veteran Legislator and now Chairman of the Virgin Islands Party urged the community to also support all local organizations whose mission it is to help provide support to residents affected by any form of cancer.

The brief recognition of breast cancer awareness month was coordinated by Julian Willock the Chairman of the Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed National Basketball League Committee.

17 Responses to “Hon Fraser Save the Seed B’Ball League promotes breast cancer month”

  • just asking... (01/11/2014, 18:12) Like (15) Dislike (4) Reply
    nice but why Ayana???
    • Why Not (01/11/2014, 20:51) Like (18) Dislike (4) Reply
      Why not Ayana. She's a woman, she has breasts. That's enough. She's not doing surgery, she raising awareness.
      • @ why not (02/11/2014, 08:12) Like (5) Dislike (3) Reply
        Must agree and second the motion
        • Hmmm (02/11/2014, 09:07) Like (5) Dislike (9) Reply
          Just asking, I believe was questioning the real motives of the woman who seems to want to be of relevance no matter the election outcome.
          • @hmmm (02/11/2014, 11:09) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply
            Ayana cares less about election than you. She is alright no matter what as she trusts God not man.
          • @ hummm (02/11/2014, 11:31) Like (10) Dislike (5) Reply
            For god sake hull does not need the politians....
      • TT Monster (02/11/2014, 10:59) Like (7) Dislike (2) Reply
        I still looking for the breasts you talking about. I'm about to make a TT attack but I may have to ask the pastor to pray for me first because I can't find the TT dem.

        Anyway good going on the awareness effort. Probably an implant with basketball size TT may do the trick. LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL
        • @ TT MONSTER (02/11/2014, 17:35) Like (3) Dislike (8) Reply
          SOME OF YOU PEOPLE ARE JUST SO SICK BUT MS HULL IS A STRONG BLACK WOMEN AND SHE IS GOOD PPL TOO...GOOD EFFORT AYANA..I WILL GO AND GET CHECK JUST BECAUSE OF YOU
  • MW (01/11/2014, 18:17) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Kudos to the league on this jester
  • loyalty (01/11/2014, 18:32) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    Man... Truly touching
  • ccc (02/11/2014, 00:56) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    Very impressive hon fraser you are in touch with the people
  • kids (02/11/2014, 11:20) Like (9) Dislike (5) Reply
    Look our premier
  • .................. (02/11/2014, 12:06) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Fraser is just the man end of story
  • @ -------------------- (02/11/2014, 17:36) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    i must agree thats why myrun and his crew spend all day blogging crap...
  • All the Way (03/11/2014, 13:34) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Ayana is good at whatever she does...you haters will not stop her!!! Also Fraser will be the next Premier and you NDP bloggers cannot stop that either
  • Pink alert (03/11/2014, 22:28) Like (0) Dislike (4) Reply
    Why isn't anyone wearing pink? A set of Frauds they be!
    • Spectator (05/11/2014, 17:51) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
      Not sure about the men, but Ayana did explain that she wore pink earlier that day but was only asked to fill in for someone (who could not make it at the last minute) to give the moment of silence and so apologised for not wearing pink on the occasion.


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