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Tara K. Stoutt to 'fire up' 1st District youth today

- motivational session set for 3pm at Abraham Leonard Community Centre in Carrot Bay
This year's motivational speaker will be none other than Tara K. Stoutt, a recent Young Professional featured on Virgin Islands News Online and an entrepreneur who will be aiming to properly motivate the youth and fire them up for the upcoming school year. Photo: Provided
In a comment to this news site today, Honourable Fahie said that all can expect to hear from Ms Stoutt how to stay true to themselves and their dreams. “Be persistent in your efforts to achieve your dreams. Always believe that with God you can achieve excellence and beyond,” he said. Photo: VINO
In a comment to this news site today, Honourable Fahie said that all can expect to hear from Ms Stoutt how to stay true to themselves and their dreams. “Be persistent in your efforts to achieve your dreams. Always believe that with God you can achieve excellence and beyond,” he said. Photo: VINO
WEST END, Tortola, VI - First District youth, teachers in the District, as well as parents/guardians of the District, are set to be energised by this year's motivational speaker to take on the upcoming 2015-2016 school year in a manner that will take each of them to excellence and beyond.

This year that speaker will be none other than Tara K. Stoutt, a recent Young Professional featured on Virgin Islands News Online and an entrepreneur who will be aiming to properly motivate the youth and fire them up for the upcoming school year.

The motivational session will be held at at the Abraham Leonard Community Centre, Carrot Bay at 3pm today, August 30, 2015.

“Every year the Annual First District Motivational Session is held in the First District and the event features one of our very own successful and hardworking youth/young adult from the First District. This year that person is one of our young self-employed professional and entrepreneur Miss Tara K. Stoutt. Miss Stoutt continues to make great positive strides in the business community among other areas in the Virgin Islands and beyond. A college graduate and now a self-employed business woman, Miss Stoutt will get us all focused on how to always strive for excellence and beyond,” said a press statement from Honourable Andrew A. Fahie.

“Many other youths and young adults from the district will be performing and participating at the motivational session,” it said.

In addition the event will also include the reopening of the First District after school homework/study programme Bambelela which means to ‘Never give up!’

There will also be an update of the programme along with the future projections for the programme.

“Plenty surprises in terms of giveaways also await all who attend....The Pastors who shepherd churches in the First District will also be participating by praying for God's continuous blessings, favour and protection over each First District child, parent/guardian, teacher, principal, support staff, transportation personnel, among others and other areas,” it said.

“Together, once we never give up then we all will achieve excellence and beyond for each First District youth and each youth in each District this school year and beyond,” said the statement.

Stay true to yourselves

In a comment to this news site today, Honourable Fahie said that all can expect to hear from Ms Stoutt how to stay true to themselves and their dreams. “Be persistent in your efforts to achieve your dreams. Always believe that with God you can achieve excellence and beyond,” he said.

Speaking with this news site some weeks ago, Stoutt had advised young people to seek to know who they truly are and not settle for anything less. She encouraged young people to take leaps of faith, stay encouraged and become confident with themselves, and to be aggressive and persistent in pursuing their goals.

9 Responses to “Tara K. Stoutt to 'fire up' 1st District youth today”

  • First district (30/08/2015, 10:26) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    The First District tun up! Good going guys.
  • vip (30/08/2015, 10:49) Like (10) Dislike (12) Reply
    We still do not want fahie as chairman
    • wow (30/08/2015, 11:40) Like (11) Dislike (4) Reply
      Who asked you?
    • @VIP (30/08/2015, 12:49) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
      You could tell whoever you are that you are an evil minded person. Fahie isn't doing this to become Chairman nor does he need it as far as I am concern.
  • my dreams came true (30/08/2015, 12:52) Like (14) Dislike (2) Reply
    Lord this young lady looking sweet!
    • yes (30/08/2015, 16:05) Like (11) Dislike (2) Reply
      She is beautiful in body and I am sure she has a beautiful heart too and educated also. I hope she has the lord Jesus as her personal savior also with all of that she is a force to reckoned with so you go girl
  • concern (08/09/2015, 22:21) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Would like to see some of this in the 6th district. Nothing going on. Our youths are lost. It hurts. Needs help.

    See them next to the Spanish Church in Purcell? My God where is our Rep.

    Admire what you are doing Andrew.


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