>Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 20:38:13 +0100
>Subject: Walk on Kingshill Forest Reserve
>From: Andrew Simmons <kingshill.reserve@...>
>To: Andrew Wilson <arjwilson@...>,
> Brian johnson <forestrysvg@...>,
> Hayden Billingy <haydensvg2003@...>,
> cornelius richards <cwrichards@...>,
> Joan Ryan <monicajrlocks@...>,
> TOBAGO CAYS MARINE PARK <tcmp191@...>,
> FitzGerald Providence <fitzpro@...>,
> Jimmy Prince <stcprince@...>, Bruce Potter <bpotter@...>,
> edmund jackson <edmund_jackson2000@...>,
> Ottis Joslyn <ojoslyn@...>,
> "Fr. andrew roache" <frandrew@...>, douglasslater@...,
> Regional Intergration and Diaspora Unit Office <ridusvg@...>,
> IFMDP Forestry <alternative_svg@...>
>Dear Colleagues and Friends,
>JEMS Progressive Community Organisation in collaboration with
>Project Promotions Ltd, South East Development Inc and Rawacou Park
>Development Committee extend an invitation to you and the members of
>your organisation to participate in a 'walk on the Kings hill Forest
>Reserve' on 25 April 2009. The walk is in recognition of Earth day
>(22 April) and the 218 anniversary of the forest reserve.
>We are looking forward to seeing you at the walk. Please see letter
>attached for addition information on the activity.
April 15, 2009
In commemoration of Earth Day 2009, JEMS Progressive Community
Organization and Projects Promotion Ltd. are sponsoring a Southeast
Environmental Awareness Tour on Saturday, April 25, beginning at 1
You and your friends and neighbors are cordially invited to
participate in this activity to build awareness of the importance of
environmental responsibility in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
The tour will begin at the JEMS office in Enhams and end at Rawacou.
The tour party will travel through Dembar, and along the way observe
the old water catchment facilities, exiting at St Clair Dacon
Secondary School in Carapan, heading back to the main road at the
Stubbs clinic, then onto the ridge over-looking Milligan Cay from
King's Hill. The tour party will then journey to Rawacou where the
tour will conclude. It is expected to take approximately
Participating groups should wear their group jerseys. Individual
participants may wear white t-shirts. Participants are advised to
take water with them.
For more information or to indicate plans to join the tour, contact
the Projects Promotion office at 457-2604 or e-mail ppl@...
Andrew Simmons, President
JEMS Progressive Community Organization
Cecil Ryan, Managing Director
Projects Promotion Ltd.
35 Years of Environmental Service to Small Tropical Islands
Island Resources Foundation Fone 202/265-9712
1718 "P" St NW, # T-4 fax 202/232-0748
Washington, DC 20036 Potter cell: 1-443-454-9044
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