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The 2010 David "Wagga" Hunt Memorial Classic was held in Kingston and Miramar, Florida, on August 7th and 21st, respectively. The Florida chapters of the Kingston College Old Boys Association and the Calabar Alumni Association jointly hosted the Florida leg of the event at the Miramar Regional Park.

The event was the counterpart to the successful first leg staged in Jamaica at the UWI Mona Bowl which featured three (3) games. In the curtain-raiser, Real Mona defeated Meadhaven United, a club which Hunt co-founded, 3-1. Next, Meadhaven Masters faced off against Pelicans Masters, which is comprised primarily of former UWI alumni, with Pelicans emerging winners on penalty kicks after an entertaining 0-0 draw at full-time. Hunt, a UWI graduate, was also a former Pelicans player.

Recipients of the 2010 Sandals Foundation Community Scholarships proudly pose with General Managers and Sandals Executives at the Awards CeremonyThe Sandals Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Sandals Resorts International, hosted its Annual Community Scholarship Award ceremony at Sandals Grande Ocho Rios Beach & Villa Golf Resort on August 12, 2010.

MLK Memorial - BasinSaturday will mark the 47th anniversary of the historic March on Washington where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his powerful “I Have a Dream speech. Dr. Kings message of equality, unity, democracy and tolerance lured men and women from across the nation from different racial, ethnic and economic backgrounds. They came for a healing and for hope.

August 28, 1963 was a great day for all Americans, one that subsequently resulted in the passage of two pieces of legislation the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 that dramatically improved the social and political landscape for African Americans and provided civil rights proponents legal recourse to fight institutionalized racism.

“Camera, lights, action, echoes as make-up artist and stylist fall backstage behind marked territory. Music cues, five... four... three... two.....one. Maxine makes one final adjustment before announcing “Welcome to the Maxine Tulloch Show.

As Oprah Winfrey sets to bow out of the talk show genre, to focus on the development of her forthcoming cable channel, OWN, due to premier in January, 2011, more doors are opening for rising starts such as Maxine Tulloch. It has been three years since the Maxine Tulloch Show (MTS) made its debut on COMCAST Cable and then IslandTV in North Miami Beach, Florida; reaching over 1.5 million household subscribers. Since March 2009 MTS has been the anchor talk show for FlowTV Channel 100, Jamaica.

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