Island cuisine, traditions and musical artists to be featured at key insurance industry event.
Hamilton, Bermuda, April 16, 2015 — Award-winning Bermudian band Mohawk Radio will pay homage to legendary local balladeer Hubert Smith Sr. in New Orleans later this month at the annual Bermuda Reception at RIMS.
"Bermuda is Another World" is the theme of this year's popular risk industry reception, hosted by the Bermuda Business Development Agency (BDA) and attended by Premier Michael Dunkley and other government ministers and corporate chiefs. A key networking event for insurance industry leaders, the April 28 reception will be held at Club XLIV, at the city's Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and will highlight the Island's history, culture and traditions—including a special tribute performance by Mohawk Radio.
The Department of Health wishes to advise its clients that the following clinics will not be held next week:
Monday 20 April – (morning) School Health Clinic in Hamilton; (morning) Maternal Health and Family Planning Clinic in St. George's; (afternoon) Child Health Clinic in Warwick
Thursday 23 April – (morning) School Health Clinic in Hamilton
Friday 24 April – (afternoon) Child Health Clinic in St. George's
The Department of Health regrets any inconvenience this may cause but will resume full clinical operations from April 27th 2015.
Clients can call the Department of Health on 278-4900 with any questions.
April has been designated as Child Abuse Prevention Month and today Minister of Community, Culture and Sports, the Hon. Pat Gordon-Pamplin, JP, MP and Minister of Education, the Hon. R. Wayne Scott, JP, MP attended the official proclamation ceremony organized by Saving Our Child and Revealing Secrets (SCARS).
In her address to the crowd gathered at City Hall, Minister Gordon-Pamplin said, "Bermuda is not immune to the pervasive social and economic challenges that are being experience globally. Bermuda can, however, because of the size of our island home help prevent child abuse in our close community.