|Kamalamee Honours launches with gala to recognise outstanding Bahamians|
|Wednesday, 01 August 2012 16:23|
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – The Kamalamee Organization announced on August 1st the selection of the individuals who will receive the 2012 Kamalamee Honours.
They are Errol Bodie for Athletics, Jacques Chenier for Business, Elizabeth “Tip” Burrows for Ecology, Urban Gibbs for Education, Beverly Chinn-Munnings for Design, Diana Wilson-Swann for Fine Arts, Dr. Romeo Fernandez for Healthcare, Norma Headley for Humanitarianism, Maurice Moore for Political Science and Arnold Williams for Religion. See photo collage below.
This year, the Kamalamee Honours will celebrate its launch by selecting ten extraordinary individuals whose collective profession has contributed significantly to the cultural and economic growth of our island and country.
Under the patronage of their Excellencies Sir Arthur Foulkes & Lady Foulkes the annual Honors Ceremony will become the highlight of Grand Bahama’s cultural year, as the 2012 Honourees will be saluted by great performers from around The Bahamas.
The Kamalamee Honours medallions will be presented at a Cocktail reception hosted by the Kamalamee Organization and the 2 hour black tie red carpet ceremony will take place at the Regency Theater as each honouree accepts their thanks from peers and fans through performances and heartfelt tributes.
The Honours recipients will be recognized for their lifetime contributions to Bahamian culture from the fields of athletics, business, design, ecology, education, fine arts, healthcare, humanitarianism, political science and Religion & Philosophy.
Kamalamee Honours Co-Founder and Marketing Director, C. McMahon Campbell expressed his continued gratitude to the many individuals involved in the success of the Honours program.
"In addition to recognizing some of the country’s most treasured citizens, the Kamalamee Organization will support a wide variety of programs, as well as educational initiatives, national outreach efforts and juvenile diabetes."
To learn more of the Honourees “LIKE” its Facebook page www.facebook.com/kamalamee.
Photo: (Top: l to r) Errol Bodie for Athletics, Jacques Chenier for Business, Elizabeth “Tip” Burrows for Ecology, Urban Gibbs for Education, Beverly Chinn-Munnings for Design.
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