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Tuesday, December 10, 2013
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Jones, Meiling for Paparazzi at Hyatt
The likes of Claudia Pegus, Heather Jones and Meiling will be hitting the runway at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad hotel on October 6 for the Princes Town Rotary Club’s annual tea and fashion event titled, Paparazzi. The show will run from 3 pm to 6 pm. Other designers who will feature their fashions are Zadd and Eastman, Kaj Designs, Loud by Affiah, Judy’s Exclusive and The Little Black Dress Company. The afternoon’s feature speaker will be Minister of Health Dr Fuad Khan.
Reena Carmona, wife of President Anthony Carmona, is expected to attend as well as Zalayhar Hassanali, former first lady. In the entertainment line up are H2O Phlo and Joel John while Nikky Crosby and Errol Fabien will be master of ceremonies. This is one of the club’s fund-raising events to support its community projects, including medical clinics in rural areas and raising awareness about diabetes, especially in schools where nutrition is a challenge.
Rotary Club member Indira Singh said the club works with district nurses to carry out lectures in schools, who use the elements of a quiz and prize-giving to make the event interactive and fun for children. For deserving students pursuing tertiary education, the club gives a bursary, with six such students getting grants annually.
“Last year we gave out Samsung Tablets as prizes. We also contribute financially to the Diabetes Association of T&T and to diabetes clinics. We award students in our region who place in the top 100 in SEA and who receive national scholarships,” Singh said. For information about tickets, contact Tameeka Luces-Lima at 750-0396 or Narisha Mohammed at 752-8800.
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