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Happy 4th of July

 

 

Greetings On-Line Family

 
 

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Germaine - Bandleader of Ice Entertainment)

Herman Samuels - Jackie and Associates

     

Carnival was nice!!! By now you may be aware that all the Sunday festivities had to be canceled due to the massive amounts of rain in this area.  We will be back next week with all the details though, because no matter how much we prepare for this weekend after the event is finished we are extremely exhausted.  

This year I chilled a bit and was able to capture the Saturday festivities on video, which I will share with you soon!!!  For photos you might want to check www.dccaribbeancarnival.com, or we received photos from Mr. Alan Weiner.  To see his photos follow the instructions below:


-- Viewing Instructions --

Visit http://scifiguy.phanfare.com (if you can't click this link, copy and 
paste it into your web browser).
All Photos were taken by Alan Weiner (phanfareX.20.scifiguy@xoxy.net)
Enjoy!!! 

 

Have a great 4th of July Weekend, and be safe!  We will talk next week!!!!

 

 

todd@ariousentertainment.com

Until Next Week

 

by Todd Mangatal

 

Events This Weekend Washington DC, New York

 

 

Washington DC 

Tonight June 29, 2006

BLACK by popular demand from St Croix, VI

I&I Productions & Big D Productions for Rastaman Vibrations

ROOTS . RASTAFARI . REGGAE

A D E P E R R O O T S & C U L T U R E S E S S I O N

www.soundVIZIONrecords.com

S P R E A D T H E V I - b e s W O R L D W I D E

ten dollars at the door - $10.00

9pm Doors

10pm Show

 

Washington DC

This Friday

June 30, 2006

Join CeeC Promotions & United We Stand Productions as they present their Fridays Happy Hour

Comedian Seaton Smith, will be performing before the band.  Come and check him out.  Don't forget, it's free before 9:00, come early!!!!!!  

 

CeeC Congratulations on all your accomplishments!!!!  You and United We Stand Productions are truly blessed!

Mark your calendars for July 21st!!!  Party for Cee-C --YOU WOULDN'T WANT TO MISS IT!!!!!!

 

 

 

4th of July Festivities

 

Washington DC - Maryland

July 2, 2006

 

 

 

New York

July 2nd, 2006

 

 

 

Washington DC - Maryland

 

 

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Upcoming Events

 

 
Washington DC 
SUNSET FILMS INTERNATIONAL
 
WORLD PREMIERE
on
SATURDAY JULY 8TH
 
"NEVER A BRIGHT DAY"
Based on the true story of 
Lee malvo's Mother's Life
6:00PM
TAKOMA THEATRE
6833 - 4TH & Butternut STREETs, NW, 
WASHINGTON, DC
A CARIBBEAN PRIDE ENTERTAINMENT
A NJAI BANIKONGO FILM

How Many Men Does It Take To Ruin A  Woman’s Life?

Sunset Films Presents

A Caribbean Pride Entertainment

A BaNikongo Film

NICHOLA GRAHAM

CAREY GREEN  GAGE LINDEN

CHRISTOPHER JAMES

Never A Bright Day

Takoma Theatre – 4th & Butternut Sts., NW, DC

One Block from Takoma Metro Station

Based on the true life story accused DC sniper Lee Malvo’s mother

 

 

Washington DC - Maryland

July 16, 2006

THE WORKING WOMEN’S COMMITTEE

CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THE

2006 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS BANQUET

&

COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS PRESENTATION

 

“CAPTURE THE VISION”

 

SUNDAY, JULY 16, 2006

Cherry Hill Manor

  3:00P.M.-Doors Open

                                          4:00-5:30 P.M.-Dinner Served

                                          5:30 P.M.—Program Begins

 

KEYNOTE: Mrs. Erica Williams-Connell, Executive Director

Dr. Eric Williams Memorial Collection

Cost: $45.00 per person

MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Mr. John Blake, WHUR

Music by The Saint—Dancing to follow

 

RSVP by Friday, June 30                        Location: Cherry Hill Manor

301-499-3158                                                                                 9450 Cherry Hill Road

301-879-8449                                                                                College Park, Md

301-574-2253                                                                                             301-345-4076

301-439-9107

Proceeds from this event will support the Caribbean Students Scholarship Fund, Inc.

 

 

July 22, 2006 - Greenbelt, Maryland

 

LUNCHEON TO BENEFIT ST. PATRICK’S FOUNDATION, KINGSTON, JAMAICA, WEST INDIES

The Helping Hands for the Poor Inc. (a 501(c)3 organization), & Friends cordially invite you to a Luncheon to benefit St. Patrick’s Foundation and the Ministry of Monsignor Richard Albert in Kingston, Jamaica, on Saturday July 22, 2006, at 12 noon to 4.00 p.m. at Martins Crosswinds, 7400 Greenway Center Drive, Greenbelt, MD 20770. Msgr. Albert is expected to attend. The Honorable Shirley Nathan Pulliam, Delegate in the Maryland House of Delegates, is Honorary Chair.

The program will include:

·         Drawing of Raffles for :

Grand Prize: AIRJ Round Trip economy class (BWIM/MoBay, Jamaica) (exp 11/5/06) & 2 Nights for 2 Adults at Franklin D. Resort, Runaway Bay, Jamaica (exp 12/ 15/ 06)*

2nd Prize: One week at Mariners Negril Beach Club, Jamaica, studio w/ kitchen, (exp.   11/6/06)*

3rd Prize: An Evening for Two at Zanzibar on the Waterfront, Washington DC

·     Silent auction              Door and other prizes           Musical entertainment

*subject to restrictions

Luncheon Contribution: $60.00 (20% tax deductible) per person.

Luncheon  must be fully paid for by July 5, 2006.

 Raffle tickets are available through start of luncheon at 

$5.00 each Book of 10 for $45.00, other donations would be appreciated.   

 

Checks should be made payable to:  Helping Hands for the

Poor, Inc.,

Memo line: St. Patrick’s Foundation, Jamaica.

The luncheon is planned because the occurrence of several

hurricanes and floods, which have ravaged the island of Jamaica, has

resulted in reduction of the operating funds for the Foundation 

and other similar organizations.  This reduction of financial 

resources adversely affects the ability of the Foundation to 

carry out its vision to equip and empower the Inner City Youth 

with Education and Skills Training.  As the island has not fully 

recovered from the damages of hurricane and floods and is 

already in another hurricane season, the need for financial 

assistance is increased.

Helping Hands for the Poor Inc- a non-profit corporation, was established in USA to support the St. Patrick’s Foundation in Jamaica.

 

 

St. Patrick’s Foundation operates the following:

·         The St. Patrick’s Human Resource Centre (Waterhouse)

·         The St. Margaret’s Human Resource Centre(Olympic Gardens)

·         The St. Monica’s Home for the abandoned elderly (White Marl)

·         The Riverton City Human Resource Centre

·         Christ the Redeemer Human  Resource Centre (Seaview Gardens)

Specific services offered by the Foundation include:

♦ Personal human resource development

♦ Education (remedial, primary, secondary)

♦ Day care for the elderly

♦ Health clinics

♦ Skills training --Baking, sewing, tailoring and woodwork

The Foundation has developed community outreach programs

that include job placement (in one year about

 500 inner-city youths were placed in jobs) and Focus Groups 

(seminars, workshops, discussion groups on AIDS, family life, drug 

abuse, health and police community relationships). An education fund 

was established to ensure quality education for the youths of the 

communities.  Through this Fund, school fees, lunch, transportation,

and scholarships are provided to qualifying students.

                The Founder of St. Patrick’s Foundation, The Rt. Rev. Monsignor Richard Albert, was born in Bronx,

 New York, USA. He recently celebrated 30 years in the ministry; 

twenty-eight of these years were spent in Jamaica. Earlier in his 

ministry he was assigned to the Stella Maris Catholic Church in 

Shortwood, St. Andrew.  Recently he was elevated to the position of 

Vicar of the parish of St. Catherine.       

For information contact:  R. Mayne (301-592-0170); Heather Charles

 (410-290-5635); M. Crawford (240-687-2415); Don Marshall (301-675-4777)

 (Evening); Laura Hill (301-422-3343)  Beverly Thomas (301-655-8724);

 Elise Morse (202-352-0191); Gatilda Cox (202-291-5991)

 
 
PRESS RELEASE PRESS RELEASE PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

World Music and La Paz Inc. Present

The 12th Annual Peoples’ Festival

Tribute to Bob Marley

Saturday August 5, 2006

2- 10 p.m

Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park
Wilmington, Delaware

 

Did you know that Bob Marley lived in wilmington, Delaware for 15 years on and off before, during and after his to International rise to fame? Well, He did! World Music, and La Paz (the peace) will once again continue to Spreading Bob’s message of UNITY, ONE LOVE and EQUAL RIGHTS and JUSTICE FOR ALL in beautiful Tubman-Garrett Park, right in the heart of the city.

In this time of "So much trouble in the world", it is particularly important that we gather together in a spirit of peace and love,

The Peoples’ Festival has always paid tribute to Bob by presenting a full day of Positive and Uplifting artist who bring a massage of hope for the masses. This year is no different, headlining are: The Meditaions; www.meditationsmusic.com; Inner Visions from Trinidad; www.innervisionsreggae.com; Ihi Yahn Ihi Arkestra; www.iyia.com; Wilmington’s own #1 Band, "Fat Daddy Has Been"; Empress Akua/ Los Angeles; the internationally acclaimed Universal African Drum and Dance Ensemble (web page under same name), other artist are still being confirmed.

All ingredients for a ‘day full of fun in the sun for the whole family’

Children’s Village for children of all ages to explore the ‘child within’

Vendor’s Alley with dozens of arts/crafts from around the world

Enjoy a feast at our International Food court

Cool off from the summer heat in our Bamboo Rain Hut

Visit our Budweiser Beer Garden

Bring your friends or make new ones, but don’t miss the 12th Annual Peoples’ Festival Tribute to Bob Marley, join thousands of fans, family and friends for a day of Great music, Irie Vibes!

Log onto our web for more information

www.peoplesfestival.com or call us at 856-451-8663

 

 

 

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BIG UPS, CONGRATULATIONS and Birthday Greetings
 

 

Happy Birthday Jenny, Audrey, Larry, and, Jessica

Special Happy Birthday greeting to Brandon on his 1st Birthday!!!  

 

Happy Anniversary to the Brandy and O'Tous, may you have many more years together!!

 

Vera...Welcome home to Washington for the Weekend!!!!

 

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