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Be the Change Foundation makes donations

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – In keeping with October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, Be the Change Foundation presented a donation to the Positive Foundation in the amount of $1200.00.   The Positive Foundation  organizes a month long annual breast cancer awareness campaign in October. They have many activities throughout the month. One activity is holding workshops on breast cancer awareness.  ...

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Exhibition artwork detainees JICN “Art, Drawings and Handicraft JICN 2015” on Sunday, November 1st, 2015

BES Islands – On Sunday, November 1st from 2:00 to 5:00 PM, artwork made by inmates of the Correctional Institution Caribbean Netherlands (JICN), location Bonaire, will be exhibited at the ‘Sentro Deportivo Jorge Nicolaas’, sports auditorium, at Kaya Amsterdam. Everyone is welcome to come and visit this exhibition. Like last year several beautiful paintings of several detainees will be exhibited. ...

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Exhibition artwork detainees JICN “Art, Drawings and Handicraft JICN 2015” on Sunday, November 1st, 2015

BES Islands – On Sunday, November 1st from 2:00 to 5:00 PM, artwork made by inmates of the Correctional Institution Caribbean Netherlands (JICN), location Bonaire, will be exhibited at the ‘Sentro Deportivo Jorge Nicolaas’, sports auditorium, at Kaya Amsterdam. Everyone is welcome to come and visit this exhibition. Like last year several beautiful paintings of several detainees will be exhibited. ...

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PEACE IS Paradise 9

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – The PEACE IS Foundation invites the general public to support its 9th annual PEACE IS Paradise breakfast fundraiser on St. Maarten’s Day. As in previous years, Taloula Mango’s on the Board Walk will host this year’s btreakfast. Proceeds from this event will benefit the violence prevention program of the Leonard Connor School. The breakfast will be ...

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PEACE IS Paradise 9

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – The PEACE IS Foundation invites the general public to support its 9th annual PEACE IS Paradise breakfast fundraiser on St. Maarten’s Day. As in previous years, Taloula Mango’s on the Board Walk will host this year’s btreakfast. Proceeds from this event will benefit the violence prevention program of the Leonard Connor School. The breakfast will be ...

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The Rotary Club St Martin Sunrise calls on parents to vaccinate their children against polio and supports the global effort to end polio

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – In recognition of World Polio Day on 24 October, Marcellia Henry, President Rotary Club St Martin Sunrise, urges all parents on Sint Maarten to join them in the global fight to eradicate polio by taking their children to the Baby Clinic of Collective Prevention Services, Ministry of Public Health Social Development and Labour, to vaccinate against ...

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The Rotary Club St Martin Sunrise calls on parents to vaccinate their children against polio and supports the global effort to end polio

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – In recognition of World Polio Day on 24 October, Marcellia Henry, President Rotary Club St Martin Sunrise, urges all parents on Sint Maarten to join them in the global fight to eradicate polio by taking their children to the Baby Clinic of Collective Prevention Services, Ministry of Public Health Social Development and Labour, to vaccinate against ...

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Live 2 Lead Left Lasting Impact on Attendees: Repeat Broadcast November 8th

SONESTA MAHO, St. Maarten – Approximately 90 leaders converged at the Sonesta Maho Resort recently to further enhance their leadership skills in order to make a greater impact in our community. Despite the technical challenges encountered during the simulcast, the overall sentiment from the attendees was that the event was “awesome,” “worthwhile attending,” and “life transforming.” The Ministry of Education ...

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Live 2 Lead Left Lasting Impact on Attendees: Repeat Broadcast November 8th

SONESTA MAHO, St. Maarten – Approximately 90 leaders converged at the Sonesta Maho Resort recently to further enhance their leadership skills in order to make a greater impact in our community. Despite the technical challenges encountered during the simulcast, the overall sentiment from the attendees was that the event was “awesome,” “worthwhile attending,” and “life transforming.” The Ministry of Education ...

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Fines for egg throwers

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – For the last few years many students, bus drivers and other persons have been complaining about youngster/students, who during the end of the moth of October when Halloween is celebrated, become victims of egg throwing. The throwing of eggs can destroy your clothing; it can be very dangerous and hazardous to your health. The police department ...

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