New toshaos elected in Region 2

first_imgFollowing the conclusion of Village Council elections throughout Region Two (Supenaam-Pomeroon), two toshaos have retained their positions while seven new village leaders have been sworn in to represent the residents in their communities.Toshao Sherman Lyte (long sleeve brown shirt) and his council in KabakaburiToshao Sherman Lyte (long sleeve brown shirt) and his council in KabakaburiRalph Hendricks has been elected the new Toshao of Capoey, replacing Melrose Henry; while Philbert Gudge has replaced Harold Marslowe as Toshao of Bethany.In Wakapao, Howard Cornelius has replaced Errol Williams as Toshao. The new Toshao of St. Monica/Karawab is Thomas Charles, who has replaced James Miguel; while Michael Samuels has been elected his deputy.After the votes had been counted in Kabakaburi, it was determined that Sherman Lyte has been elected to replace former Toshao Cleveland Simon. Aubrey Fredricks took the title of Toshao of St. Deny’s in Tapakuma, thus replacing former Toshao James Schadde.David Wilson retained by a landslide his position as Toshao of Akawini. Wilson has pledged to continue efforts to develop his community; while Mashabo Toshao Sylvin Raphael has also retained his position.The Region Two Administration has said it expects the elected toshaos and their councils to provide efficient and effective management that will ensure the development of their respective communities.last_img read more

THE Alley Theatre have announced the first of a un

first_imgTHE Alley Theatre have announced the first of a unique six-week course of dance/fitness classes which aim to teach simple, upbeat dance sequences to music in a non-judgmental environment.‘Non-Strictly’ begins on Tuesday September 6th and encourages the participants to have fun while getting fit.The classes are led by local professional dancer Janie Doherty from Derry who has been facilitating dance and movement workshops for over seven years and loves to share her passion for movement with others.Janie began the Non-Strictly classes to share the idea that dance isn’t exclusive and should be for everyone. NEW ALLEY THEATRE DANCE CLASSES OFFER FUN AND FITNESS was last modified: August 30th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags: “I believe we all love to dance, but we’re afraid to get it wrong or look silly,” said Janie. “These classes are about letting loose, having fun and not worrying about what you look like – every move is right.”“We look forward to seeing you there for our first term.”Classes commence on Tuesday 5th September at 7pm and last one hour, the cost is £24 for six weeks and participants are advised to wear comfortable clothing.Places are limited so please book in advance by contacting The Alley Theatre Box Office on 028 71 384444. ShareTweet DerryJANIE DOHERTYNEW ALLEY THEATRE DANCE CLASSES OFFER FUN AND FITNESSlast_img read more