This past Monday, on May 26th, Guyana celebrated it’s 49th independence anniversary, which coincided with the Inauguration of Guyana’s 8th Executive President His Excellency David Arthur Granger at the Guyana National Stadium. While a proud moment for Guyanese living at home and abroad, it was this image of Stacey Codogan performing a sword salute and depicting such strength […]
Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing (1 Thessalonians 5:11). This five young women definitely epitomize this phrase. Meet Trea, Michelle, Sonya, Corlecia and Feigel who reign from the small town of Amelia Ward Linden in Guyana, and playfully call themselves the “Amelia’s Ward USCians.” These “beauties with brains” […]
Mrs. Sita Nagamootoo, the wife of Guyana’s newly elected Prime, Moses Nagamootoo, says that women must be given a greater role to play in the development of Guyana and she is convinced that they will get a better deal under APNU+AFU administration.
“Education is her pet concern, having been a teacher for some 35 years, a […]
When she married David Granger, Sandra Chan-A-Sue knew she was going to be a military wife which meant her husband would be away from home a lot of the time.
But what she did not know was that forty years down the line she would be married to a politician, […]
Join us in congratulating recent graduate Crystal Lynton who earned an AS degree in Business Administration from Essex County College in New Jersey. Crystal was also accepted to Rutgers University where she will complete her Bachelor degree in Supply Chain Management. “WOO-HOO” Crystal – You Rock! ~ from Mom – Sonya & Family
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Sometimes, when Dionne Hammiel wants the attention of her rambunctious kindergarten class, she stands on the table. Other times, she lowers her voice to a whisper, making her instructions a very important secret that every child strains to hear.
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Congratulations to the winner of our mother’s day contest, Malissa G, who answered “My Guyanese Mom Rocks because she is our Rock & Foundation! Malissa will received this beautiful custom made GGR rhinestone watch! Thank you to everyone who participated and HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!
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Labour Day is celebrated on the First of May every year in Guyana. It is an international observance that commemorates the struggles of workers and their significant input into society. Labour Day originated in 1889 in Paris, where the first congress of the Second Socialists International meeting decided to celebrate, on an international scale, a […]
Olympian and Guyana Defense Force Officer Cadet, Britany Van Lange, was recently awarded with a Certificate of Appointment to the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. Britany received her appointment from U.S. Embassy Georgetown’s Senior Defense Official, LCDR Robert Novotny in a small ceremony held on Monday, April 20th at Base Camp Stephenson, […]
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