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Kingston, Jamaica. - Minister without portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for Information, Telecommunications and Special Projects, Hon. Daryl Vaz, has assured residents and visitors that business and tourist activities in the resort areas of Jamaica have not been affected by the unrest in sections of Western Kingston.
From left: Governor Duncan Taylor, Pastor Miles McPherson, Darren White of Elite Marble and Granite, Designer Luelan Bodden, and Premier McKeeva Bush with the Do Something World sculpture.
The premier of the Cayman Islands, the Honourable McKeeva Bush says the local government "just cannot pay" for the kind of goodwill shared by the California-based Miles Ahead and local organizations resulting from a major humanitarian visit to Grand Cayman.
Mayor Tomas Regalado, Commissioner Richard P. Dunn II and Miami-Dade County Commissioner Audrey M. Edmonson will be part of a delegation from Miami that will head to Port au Prince Haiti this Friday to break ground for what may be the first building erected in Port au Prince since the January earthquake that devastated Haiti according to Mayor Jean Yves Jason, Mayor of Port au Prince.

Miles Ahead sports ministry volunteer Jason Giroux plays basketball with these local school children
An uplifting spirit of volunteerism has descended upon the Cayman Islands with the arrival this week of nearly 100 San Diego residents who are "doing something" for the people of the western Caribbean nation.

The volunteers, who are part of the California-based Miles Ahead organization - headed by Caribbean-American Miles McPherson, the former U.S. professional football player turned evangelist - are on island working alongside residents on community service initiatives, including school building, hospital and girls' home beautification projects as well as youth and prison outreach and medical health education seminars.