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ANNOUNCEMENT: Abandoned property St. Anne’s Co-operative Credit Union

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ANNE’S CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT UNION LTD.

LAUDAT, DOMINICA

NOTICE OF ABANDONED PROPERTY

 

In accordance with section 157 of the Co-operative Societies Act 2 of 2011, we hereby give notice to all members of the St. Anne’s Co-operative Credit Union Ltd. of Laudat of unclaimed balances with the Society.

Members are Further advised that the following will apply to unclaimed deposits: If on the expiration of 14 calendar days from the date of the publication of this notice the account holder has failed to verify his/her account balance, any money in the account shall be deemed abandoned and shall be transferred to a Special Trust Account.

For further Information please contact the Credit Union service representative Ms. Claudette Rolle of Laudat  by Telephone (767-245-7061) or the Dominica Co-operative Societies League Ltd. at 767-448-4051 and 767-448-2142 or via email: dculeague@cwdom.dm

 

Dominica Co-operative Societies League Ltd.

November 23, 2019

 

Aaron Rolle

ABC Group

Ackroyd Birmingham

Agnes Bertrand

Ailel Ghita

Akeem Anthony

Al James

Alain Magloire

Albert Noel

Alcan Francis

Alfred Rolle

Alice Richards

Alick Steal

Alish Albert

Allan Darroux

Allan Laurent

Alphin Matthew

Alphonso Magloire

Alrick Rolle

Alston Rolle

Alyne Simon

Amantrading Ettiene

Ambrose Cadette

Amie Rolle

Andrew Stedman

Andrinette Rolle

Angelo Dequental

Annetta Bertrand

Annette Dequental

Annette Merchant

Annie Dequental

Anniel Stephans Laurent

Anslem Matthew

Anthia Bertrand

Anthony Bertrand

Anthony Cyrille

Antonio Rossi

Arieem Rolle

Arnold Corrette

Ashworth D. Stowe

Athenia Pharoah

Augustin Francis

Balthazar Cadette

Benjamin Bruney

Bennette Moses

Bernadine Sepelveda

Bernard Jno Baptist

Bernard Junior JnoBaptiste

Bertha Boyer

Bertilla Bertrand

Bertillia Matthew

Beulah Bertrand

Beverly Stedman

Brant Betrand

Brenda Jolly

Brendon Rolle

Brian Stedman

Bryan Bertrand

Calvary Baptist Church

Careen Moses

Carlton Magloire

Carol Joseph

Casey Rolle

Casilder Magloire

Catherine Dequental

Cattleya Cuffy

Cecelia Leatham

Cecil Laudat

Cecillia Sted

Charles Moses

Charles Rolle

Charley’s Photo Services

Chelsea Bertrand

Cheryl-Ann Commodore

Christiana Abraham

Christiana Matthew

Christine Magloire

Christon A Phillip

Clarence Bertrand

Clarina Etienne

Claudette Rolle

Claudette Williams

Claudia Rolle

Claudina Rolle

Clem Stedman

Collier Bertrand

Collins Bertrand

Collins Jno Lewis

Curlson George

Curt B.Robinson

Curt Rolle

Curtis Rolle

Cylma Rolle

Dahlia Jno Baptist

David Bertrand

Davis Noel

Daymond Rolle

Deborah Bell

Deborah Francis

Demetra Ralph

Demi Ralph

Denrick Royer

Denroy Moses

Denver Birminham

Desmond Hodge

Dessie Shillingford

Dianne Daway

Dionne Ralph

Donald  Ghita

Donald Hector

Donaldson Magloire

Dovelle Ghita

Dylon Magloire

Earl Jno Lewis

Eddison Stedman

Eddy Jolly

Edgar Rolle

Edmund Richards

Edward Rolle

Edwin Stedman

Eileen Rolle

Elena Daway

Ella Laurent

Ellen Emanuel

Elliot Rolle

Elvina Bertrand

Elvis Stedman

Emmanuel Rock

Eric Elizee

Eric Elizee

Estev Cadette

Eugene Magloire

Eustace Bertrand

Fabiana Moses

Felixia Jno Lewis

Ferdeinand Junkere

Ferdinand Richardson

Fitzgerald Shillingford

Florentina Cadette

Forest Nomad

Frances Valmond

Francis Magloire

Franta Valarie

Frantio Valarie

Frederick Daway

Frederick Svarin

Fritroy James

Fund Rasing Laudat Ch Comm

Genevieve Rolle

Gerald Noel

Gerald Simelda

Gerard Fontain

Gerard Fontain

Gertrude Lazar

Glennis Matthew

Gloria Bertrand

Graham Prince

Harris  Hodge

Harrison Hodge

Haynzes Shillingford

Hazel Peter

Hazel Shillingford

Hecham Laflouf

Heiem Laflouf

Henderson Rolle

Hendricks Rolle

Henna Daway

Henrietta Henry

Henry Cadette

Hermisha Rolle

Heskeith Hodge

Iris Bertrand

Irma Francis

Irvin Laurent

Isaac Magloire

Ivor Peter

Jacqueline Hodge

Jadaja Emanuel

Jaffa Emmanuel

James Daway

Jamie Jno Lewis

Janelle Stedman

Jason Bertrand

Javannah Jno Lewis

Javed Emmanuel

Javon Jno Lewis

Jeanine Jno Baptiste

Jefferson Rolle

Jeffery Rolle

Jermina JohnFin

Jevaughn Euzebe

Jevmina Matthew

Jno Baptiste Phillip

John Cadette

John Emmanuel

John Nature Icream

Jorjanna Albert

Joseph  Dequental

Joseph Hariette

Joseph Rolle

Joseph Simelda

Josephine Noel

Joycelyn Amantrading

Juanita Paul

Juliana Jno Baptiste

Julien Cadette

Julien Simelda

Kathleen J. Robinson

Kathleen Magloire

Kay Benjamin

Keenan Cadette

Kelvin Hector

Kelvin Noel

Kendel Rolle

Kenneth  Dequental

Kenroy Rolle

Keri – Anne Bruney

Kesler Darroux

Khalia Henderson

Khardijah Henderson

Kleyah N R Lawrance

Kostla Al Darroux

Lake Stars Cricket Club

Lake Stars Cricket Club

Lambert laurent

laudat  Sports Club

Laudat 4H Club

Laudat Adult Eduaction

Laudat Boxing Plant

laudat Ch Comm Members

Laudat Choir

Laudat Cultural Group

Laudat Famers Group

Laudat Gospel HALL

Laudat Medical Aid Trust Fund

Laudat Primary SCHOOL

Laudat Primary SCHOOL

Laudat School P.T.A

Laudat Spabtuns Sports Club

Leah Rolle

Lennard Blanc

Leroy Matthew

Lianna Dequental

Lilia Bertrand

Lindy Laurent

Lloyd Cadette

Louisa Bertrand

Lovelina Bernard

Luadat Village Improv Comit

Mable Daway

Magney Durand

Marcella Shillingford

Marcus Philbert

Maria Stedman

Mariah Daway

Marie-Louise Rock

Marilyn Charles

Marilyn Hodge

Marlisa Leatham

Marshall Matthew

Martilda Laurent

Marvlyn Birmingham

Mary Bernard

Mathias Magloire

Matson Bertrand

Matthew  Daway

Mava Shillingford

Mc Clean Jon Lewis

Mc Neil Clemon Stedman

Melissa Rolle

Melissa rolle

Melister Moses

Merina Esprit

Merril Matthew

Mervin Matthew

Mesha Anthony

Michael David

Michael David

Micheal Matthew

Micheal R Junkere

Miranda Rolle

M’Kaula Bertrand

Molly Jno Lewis

Mytle Matthew

Nahgie Lajay

Najaw Lajloy

Narlie Bertrand

Natasha Anthony

Nathaniel Hodge

Natherly Hariette

Neika Stedman

Neville Joseph

NICLOE Nolyn Bertrand

Nigel Rolle

Nisha  Philbert

Nixon George

Noreen Christian

Olive St.Ville

Omari Matthew

Oscar Rolle

Pamela Jno Baptiste

Patricia Rolle

Patricia Shillingford

Patrick Dupille

Perpetual Rolle

Peter Harriette

Peter Magloire

Philbert Daway

Phillip Cadette

Phillip Fontaine

Phillip Matthew

Phillip Sylvester Cadette

Phillippa Bertrand

Phillma Bertrand

Phyllis Dequental

Progessive United Movement

Raheam J Dequental

Ralph Diana

Ralph Magloire

Ramona Austrie

Randy Berkitt

Randy Corriette

Randy Rolle

Raymond Bertrand

Raymond Rolle

Remicia Noel

Renickcia Jno Baptiste

Rhona Victorine

Robert Rolle

Robinson Rolle

Roland James

Ronald Rolle

Ronnie D Ravalier

Roosevelt Bertrand

Rose Cadette

Rosemary Francis

Rosemond Laflouf

Ross Rolle

Roystan Azille

Rudolphia Rolle

Rufus Stedman

Rupert Charles

Ruth Cadette

Ryan Bertrand

Samanatha John Phillip

Samuel Betrand

Samuel Reid

Sandra Armantrading

Sandra Hector

Sandra Jno Lewis

Sandra Stedman

Sergena Stedman

Shane Reid

Shanna  Rolle

Shawn Reid

Shekira Valarie

Shevnel Dequental

Shian Jno Lewis

Shiena Joseph

Simon Cadette

Simon Laurent

Stanuel Dequental

Starford Hector

Steven Ghita

Sutanuma Harve

Sylvain Jones

Tamila Jno Bptiste

Tanika Albert

Tanika Albert

Thomas Deguental

Tony Peters

Trevor Stedman

Triple K Band

Trisha Leatham

Tyirk lander

Tyrone Toulon

Uganda Rolle

Vanya St. Luce

Velma Hodge

Velma Moses

Versatile Malestic Movement

Vileen Telemacque

Violet Magloire

William Mc Clean

William Rolle

Willie  Jno Lewis

Wilson Williams

Wyvone Hodge

Yvonna Dsiree

Yvonne Shillingford





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All set for 2020 Calypso Finals tonight

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Former Calypso Monarch, Tasha ‘Tasha P” Peltier is to set the ball rolling in the much-anticipated Calypso Finals competition scheduled for later today at Windsor Park Sports Stadium.

Next in line is De Webb, followed by Karessah, Jaydee, Bobb, De Hunter, De Healer, Observer, nine-time calypso King Dice and finally, newcomer, St Lucian, Fitzroy ‘Bingo’ Leon.

President of the Dominica Calypso Association, Davidson ‘Observer’ Victor has called on Dominicans to ensure that calypso, as an integral part of Dominica’s culture, remains part of the island’s landscape.

“The other music genres, they are nice; you can have a very good time on them but calypso takes time off to address the real hard issues pertaining to governance and also pertaining to other social ills that goes on within the society,” he said. “This is an art form we should never ever allow calypso not to be part of the landscape of Dominica, because calypso is a very integral part of the cultural aspect which really highlight a lot of the things a lot of people would like to say individually, but cannot say it.”

He said the fact that calypso provides calypsonians, one at a time, with a very valuable platform to be able to highlight something that impacts “so many people in just one song” and “we never allow us to lose that,” Victor stated.

Guest artists are reigning Road March King, Sour Sour, Inciter, Jamma B, Lady S, Tronada, a band from Grenada band called “Grenadian Invasion” and reigning Junior Calypso Monarch, Malik “De Examiner” Darroux.

The judging panel includes Chief Judge, Marlon Marie, Al Monelle, Nadine Riviere, Rena Stephens, Evelina Baptiste, Reginald Lafleur, Roland Royer, and Daniel Seraphine. The two reserve judges are Eustace Thomas and Davidson Lloyd.

Tickets cost $80 standing and sitting $125.

Tickets are available at Bull’s Eye Pharmacy in Goodwill, J&P Pharmacy in Roseau, Fone Shack in Portsmouth and the Dominica Calypso Association (Calypso House) in Bathe Estate.

The show begins at 8:30 pm and will be carried live on Comesee TV and Vibean TV.





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Police vow to do ‘what is necessary’ to ensure peaceful carnival

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A carnival street jump-up scene in Roseau

There is expected to be an increased police presence in the streets on Carnival Monday and Tuesday.

Police Chief, Daniel Carbon said the decision is to ensure the prevention of violence and crime during the two days of celebration.

“The police will be in full force on both days. We have been having incidents in carnival; two years ago, and before that, we have been experiencing some deaths during carnival street jump up,” he said at a police press conference on Friday.

Carbon stated that the general public is entitled to revel and enjoy themselves while parading but the police have a responsibility.

“We will do what is necessary to be done lawfully so, to ensure that the carnival is peaceful [and] people will enjoy themselves in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility,” he said.

The Police Chief indicated that for the past few years, officers have been putting in place CCTV cameras around the city of Roseau.

He said these cameras will assist in monitoring persons in real-time as carnival progresses.

“We are not putting the CCTV to spy on people unlawfully but we have a responsibility to gather our intelligence…we have to take measures to prevent crime and…to detect crime.”

Carnival Monday activities are scheduled to begin at 4:00 am and end at 10:00 pm and Tuesday’s parade will begin at 8:00am and end at 10:00 pm.

Carbon called on the general public to conduct themselves properly on both days and if any crime is seen committed, to report it to the police immediately.





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‘I worked very hard’ – Miss Dominica 2020 (update with photos)

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Dominica’s 2020 Carnival Queen has attributed her success in the competition to hard work. 20-year-old Savahnn James beat six other contestants to clinch the title at the Miss Dominica 2020 pageant which was held on Thursday night.

James won the awards for Best Talent and Best Response to Question on her way to the crown.

“I am very excited; I am very happy and I worked very hard,” she told reporters shortly after being crowned.

She said her response to question gave her the edge in the competition.

“I was very strong; I was very confident in the way that I was answering so I think that gave me the edge,” James said.

With her platform ‘Sustainable Living Through Renewable Energy,’ James said she plans to work with the environmental clubs to help bring awareness on the topic.

“I am very passionate about the environment, so I think it’s important that I make my platform not just a platform, but a lifestyle,” she stated.

James said she is looking forward to represent Dominica at the regional pageants.

She advised any young women who plan to participate in the Miss Dominica pageant to “go for it.”

Shannon Connor St Hilaire secured the 2nd runner-up spot. She won the awards for Miss Photogenic, Best Costume, Best in Costume, and Best Evening Wear

The first runner-up position went to Primrose Angel David. She won the awards for Best Swimwear, Best in Swimwear and Best in Evening Wear.

Melanie Charles took the award for Miss Amity.

The other contestants were Kadisha Joseph of Fond Cole, Kimra Charles also representing Fond Cole and Elnarrah Emmanuel representing Kingshill and Grandbay.

The pageant took place at Windsor Park Sports Stadium.

Meantime, Events Coordinator at the Dominica Festivals Committee (DFC) Marva Williams said all the contestants were amazing and put on a great show.

“The contestants were amazing,” she said.

According to her, a realistic assessment of the show will show clearly that there are a lot of talented young people in Dominica.

She congratulated the new Miss Dominica and her team as well as Primrose David and Shannon St Hilaire.

“They all did an amazing job and it was a really tight competition,” Williams said.

Williams mentioned, however, there are a lot of things that need to be reviewed.

“We have recognized failures in certain avenues and we are committed to put things in place to help members,” she stated.

Williams revealed that registration is open to other young women who want to participate in the 2021 National Queen pageant.

“We know that the winning prize is a full scholarship from the government of Dominica to study at a University on any subject of their choice and I think that is an opportunity young ladies could take,” Williams stated.





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