Under the Distinguished Patronage of, the Jamaican Ambassador to the United States, His Excellency, Stephen C. Vasciannie, the David Hunt Fundraising Committee members in Washington DC will host a "Jamaican Inaugural Ball" honoring and celebrating President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden's second inauguration. This formal event will take place on Saturday, January 19, 2013, at the Elegant Atrium of the National Education Association (NEA) building, located at 1201 16th Street NW, Washington DC 20036, from 8:00 PM - 12:00 AM.
Only a limited amount of tickets will be made available and all tickets must be pre-sold prior to the event.
Gather the family for a fun-filled Family Adventure Challenge! Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces has teamed up with the Tim Hardaway Foundation and The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade for the first annual Family Adventure Challenge, taking place on Saturday, December 15, 2012, 8:30 a.m., at Tropical Park, 7900 SW 40 Street, Miami, FL 33156.
The Family Adventure Challenge is a 2K race that incorporates six exciting obstacles, Stadium Challenge, Crazy Crawl, Tire Maze, Hay Day, Triple Threat and The Beast, that families will have the opportunity of completing together. Families will run through a winding trail as they climb stairs, get dirty crawling under balloons, scamper through a tire maze, hurdle through hay bales, maintain balance on a beam, and finally tussle through the huge inflatable beast!
Miami Gardens, FL - October 30, 2012- The St Thomas University Institute for Communication, Entertainment and Media, Kreyol Nation, and the Center for Justice and Peace are proud to announce A Night of Hope â€“ an evening featuring the on-campus premier of the faculty/student produced documentary Blooming Hope on Saturday December 1, 6:00 p.m. at the St. Thomas University School of Law Moot Court Room. The documentary depicts three long-term sustainable development projects in the Northwest Department of Haiti.
To create the film, Communication Arts professor Dr. Marcela Moyano and her students traveled to the Northwest Department of Haiti to capture the untold tales of Haitiâ€™s rich culture. The film depicts Elicoeur Beaubrum, a coffee farmer-leader from the town of Ma Wouj, Tata Dumasie, an artisan craftswoman from Jean Rabel, and school children from the remote seaside village of Baie-de-Henne. The film highlights both the struggles and the promise of Haitiâ€™s Northwest, and the process - from conception through implementation - of these three community-initiated, sustainable development projects.