little bumps on forehead after accutane vacuum pump and cialis https://medpsychmd.com/nurse/buy-pfizer-azithromycin-250-mg/63/ follow site enter https://ramapoforchildren.org/youth/sample-college-admision-essays/47/ berkenkamp stiftung essay wettbewerbsverbot igcse geography coursework sample source go essay on the yellow wallpaper symbolism british rule in india imperialism essay ai computer homework science solution student prednisone with out a prescription ikea customer support phone number non-conformity - essays https://servingourchildrendc.org/format/efficient-market-hypothesis-portfolio-theory/28/ cialis originale da 10 mg research papers in education free follow flagyl and alcohol and death cialis bestellen afhalen enter here https://njsora.us/annotated/auktion-spader-essay/29/ norvasc and viagra compatibility https://shilohchristian.org/buy/a-cricket-match-i-enjoyed-essay-scholarships/54/ https://willherndon.org/pharmaceutical/septrin/24/ does viagra really expire go site extended essay grading cialis ramireno
Basseterre, St. Kitts, August 31, 2015 (SKNIS): Noah G. Mills is the new Carnival Chairperson as announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister responsible for Culture, Honourable Shawn Richards.
Deputy Prime Minister Richards revealed that Mr. Mills comes amply qualified for his new appointment having much experience in the Carnival arena both as coordinator and performer. It was revealed that he served for many years as president of Easter-Rama, the predecessor to the now thriving Black Sand Festival in Sandy Point. He has sponsored, chaperoned, and coached several pageant contestants at various levels across St. Kitts and Nevis. The new Carnival Chair has also served as a radio commentator for Carnival and Culturama, as a judge for calypso and queen pageants and has written many calypsos and speeches for several contestants.
“More so, he brags that he sang calypso at the Junior Calypso level here in St. Kitts amongst the likes of Ayatollah, Keebo, and Big Lice,” Minister Richards stated. “And to this extent, the records show that he was Junior Calypso King for St. Kitts in the 1980s.”
It was further noted that in recent times, Mr. Mills served as the Coordinator for Volunteers at the 2015 CPL and received halos and kudos from the management team and volunteers alike. Additionally, he was the pioneer who introduced the VIP Experience in Nevis for Culturama 2014, and again worked closely with the Nevis Island Administration and the Culturama Committee to host the VIP for Culturama 41 about two weeks ago.
The new Chairman’s academic achievements do nothing but add to his portfolio of experience.
“He is now working on his Ph. D. in Business Administration, this gives him the acumen to treat our national carnival product as a business, from a fiscal, marketing, management, and consumer satisfaction standpoint,” Minister Richards stressed, revealing that Mr. Mills is also the owner and managing director for SEN Consulting, a locally-registered company that provides business consulting, marketing, employee developmental training, and events management services locally and regionally.
Minister Richards noted that he expected a smooth transition from the former Carnival Chairperson to the new one, explaining that he had met with both parties.
“Both have assured me that they will work closely to ensure that the Carnival product continues to be of a high standard,” Minister Richards revealed. “Further, Mr. Mills has presented some new and exciting ideas in terms of improving the overall Carnival experience, which I am convinced all stakeholders would welcome and enjoy.”
Under the Chairmanship of Mr. Mills, a successful staging of Carnival 2015-16 is expected and Minister Richards noted that this would add to growing list of hosting achievements.
“The Government has inherited a richly-packed calendar of sporting, cultural, educational, social and other activities for St. Kitts and Nevis,” he stressed. “For example, since our mandate in February of this year, we have successfully hosted CARIFTA Games, CPL, Music Festivals, and Culturama.”