Hits: 317 Created on 21 June 2015 Written by JOYCE JAMES Category: DIASPORA
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HE DIDN'T SHOW UP

The newly formed, non-political community based organization, 'Grenadians for Change' held its first town hall meeting in Brooklyn, New York last Wednesday, June 17th.  The meeting was a resounding success, despite the fact that Ambassador Angus Friday did not honor the group's invitation to attend or to send a Government Representative to explain to the attendees why our Consulate -- which was opened 40 years ago, was closed, and when traditional consular services will be reinstated in the New York metropolitan area.

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Hits: 628 Created on 09 June 2015 Written by George Category: DIASPORA
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Hits: 494 Created on 28 April 2015 Written by NATASHA GREWAL Category: DIASPORA
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ROGER CAESAR WINS THE 2015 TOASTMASTERS DISTRICT 86 INTERNATIONAL SPEECH COMPETITION

Brampton -- On Saturday, Grenadian Roger Caesar, representing Brampton Toastmasters competed in The Toastmasters District 86 International Speech Contest – and won!

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Hits: 558 Created on 16 May 2015 Written by acs Category: DIASPORA
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GRENADIAN AWARDED THE DISTINGUISHED SCIENTIST AWARD

Westchester Chemical Society

New York Section of the American Chemical Society

Dr. Kenrick Martin Lewis is a Corporate Research Fellow with Momentive Performance Materials in Tarrytown, NY.  He joined the Linde Research Dept. of Union Carbide in January, 1977 and has been at the Tarrytown Technical Center since then.  Dr. Lewis's research interests encompass both process and materials chemistry.

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Hits: 553 Created on 23 April 2015 Written by George Category: DIASPORA
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STATEMENT BY THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

ST. GEORGE -- In a CHIME FM UPDATE on Wednesday, reference was made to an article on the Caribbean News Now website which stated that Grenadians in the New York area were concerned about the closure of the Grenada Consulate in New York.  The article also said that the recent news that Grenada is to open a consulate in Florida later this month has exacerbated concerns in New York that Florida is being given priority, when New York has a population of 100,000-plus, while Florida has a Grenadian population of just 5,000.

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