Rotary Club St. Martin Sunrise hosts Quinteto Tango Extremo fundraising show & dance to benefit the Allen Hally Spots & Recreational Center/ Simpsonbay Community CenterWritten by Jacqueline Louis Wednesday, 19 October 2011 21:15
PHILIPSBURG - The Rotary Club St. Martin Sunrise has embarked on an aggressive initiative to assist the Allen Halley Sports & Recreation Center/Simpsonbay Community Center with its "Renovation & Sustainability Project" towards the redevelopment of the Center's facilities and programs.
PHILIPSBURG - Staff of the St. Maarten Nature Foundation recently captured eight lionfish during a single dive at the Dr. A.C. Wathey Cruise & Cargo Facilities Cruise Ship Pier.
Section General Public Health is seeking parents of former high school students to encourage their children to participate in youth adolescent's survey; Contact CPS for more informationWritten by Roddy Heyliger Wednesday, 19 October 2011 20:44
GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – Section General Public Health of the Collective Prevention Services (CPS), executing agency of the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour, in collaboration with its local stakeholders (secondary schools, parents, community organizations, students) and the assistance of Emory University research team, will carry out an adolescent survey in the week of October 24.
PHILIPSBURG, Pond Island – TelEm Group's Breast Cancer Awareness campaign for the month of October has turned out to be a huge success for the company with hundreds of information leaflets distributed – and many promotional Blackberry Smartphones sold.
The company's mobile provider, TelCell, has been offering special prices on Blackberry handsets to the first 50 women to visit the main branch in Phillipsburg each Wednesday.
At the same time the women receive breast cancer awareness information in collaboration with the Positive Foundation's month-long breast awareness campaign.
TelEm Group Marketing Officer, Marelva Felix Jones says the promotion has gone beyond all expectations with some women lining up outside the TelEm Group main building from as early as 5:30 in the morning to make good on the special promotion offers.
"We are very pleased with this type of public response which brings attention to a very important health matter in our community," said Ms. Felix-Jones.
In fact the promotion has been so successful for women, that male customers are requesting a health awareness day for themselves also.
Consideration is being given to a follow-up promotion, but in the meantime the company is gearing up for the final wave of customers seeking special deals on Blackberry handsets next Wednesday.
Customers who wish to know more about breast cancer awareness are encouraged to ask any TelEm Group customer service representative for an available brochure or for further contact information.
In Photo; All dressed up in pink for breast cancer awareness month
PHILIPSBURG - JCI St. Maarten was once again in the spotlight for their great achievement during their national convention in Curacao.
Central Committee Meeting of Parliament Continues on Thursday about Consumer Protection and Price ControlWritten by Roddy Heyliger Tuesday, 18 October 2011 10:24
PHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten – The October 17 Central Committee meeting about consumer protection and price control that was adjourned on Monday, will continue on Thursday, October 20 at 10.00am in the General Assembly Chamber of Parliament and not 2.00pm as was published earlier.
GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – The Civil Registry Department says that it's able to issue Identification Cards (ID) once again.
PHILIPSBURG - The University of St. Martin (USM) is reminding all current applicants and those interested in applying to the University degree programs of the upcoming November 8, 2011 deadline.
PHILIPSBURG, Pond Island - TelEm Group will be carrying out an important cutover of subscriber lines in the Philipsburg area between 9:00 am and 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 19, 2011.
PHILIPSBURG - On Tuesday morning Dutch Second Chamber of Parliament Chairlady Gerdi Verbeet along with seven faction leaders represented in the Dutch Second Chamber, left the island of St. Maarten after concluding their working visit to the island.