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Members of South Florida contingent attending the recent Jamaican Diaspora Conference, which was held July 23 - July 26 at the Conference Center in Kingston.  From Left are Lavern Deer, President of  Female Development World Organization Inc (FDWO); South Florida attorneys Alexander Williams and Alison Smith; Franz Hall, Consul General; South Florida attorney, Moira Williamson; Wendy Hart, President of the American Friends of Jamaica (AFJ); Mrs. Angela Messam, wife of the Mayor of Miramar, Hon. Wayne Messam; and attorney Marlon Hill.
The World Reggae Dance Championship, Jamaica’s premier International Dancehall and Reggae dance competition will see three international groups competing at the Grand Final on Friday, August 4, hailing from Australia, France and Poland. The international groups will join eight other Jamaican groups on the World Finals stage at the National Arena, beginning at 8:00 p.m. A highlight of the Jamaica 55 Celebrations, the annual competition seeks to bring the best and most versatile Dancehall and Reggae based dance groups from across the world on one stage.
(West Palm Beach – August 2017) – A ribbon-cutting for the U.B. Kinsey Educational & Community Center will be held at 720 8th Street in West Palm Beach on Wednesday, August 2, 2017, from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm.
Plantation, August 2, 2017 – The Miss Jamaica Diaspora Organization crowned its newest queen, Racquel Service on July 29, 2017, during the 4th Annual Miss Jamaica Diaspora Coronation Show at the Lauderhill Performing Arts Center. Not only did she win the overall competition, she also won the awards for Most Congenial, Best in Swimwear, and Essence of Style.
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 4, 2017: Say ganja and there is no doubt that Jamaica will pop into the mix somewhere. But how exactly do you get to the herb when taking a trip to the island without knowing a guy who knows a guy?
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