Mr. Keith Ian Scarborough was born April 30th 1960 and currently works as a Public Relations & Marketing Consultant. Keith Scarborough is currently employed as the Marketing Manager for Nevispages.
Mr. Scarborough, a graduate from the Charlestown Secondary School received training in the Tourism/Service Industry, Public Relations and Marketing Sectors. Scarborough, married now for 23 years to his High School Sweetheart, Nurse Jessica Scarborough, has also worked at several Hotels including the Four Seasons Resort Nevis. He was the Executive Producer for Nevis Television (NNC) and President of the Nevis Cricket Association.
Patricia Hanley is a product of Gingerland. She obtained secondary education at both the Gingerland Senior and Charlestown Secondary Schools. Patricia has served as a Nurse for over 30 years, selflessly dedicating herself to the welfare of the people and the country she loves. Patricia confronts challenges with passion, dedication and innovative ideas.
She knows the people of St. George, she loves them and understands their needs. Patricia has always and will always put the needs of St. George first. We need a woman’s voice in Parliament fighting for us and Patricia is that voice.
Leroy Tyson aka Val Payne but now affectionately call TAZULA made a name for himself at the very early age of 8 when he represented the Basseterre Boys Primary School in both cricket and football (soccer). By the next year he was named captain of both teams. This highly talented youngster was referred to as the next Rohan Kanhai (the dazzling West Indian batsman at that time), as he was the school’s leading batsman and wicketkeeper and main striker for the football team. By age 11 he was drafted by the cricket league champs Renoun Cricket Club, and played for their 2nd division team in the local league.
After leaving The Basseterre Boys School he attended the Basseterre Senior School, and was immediately selected to the Cricket and football teams. He had now developed into a classy stroke making batsman, and the young man with a BIG RIGHT FOOT as his weapon for scoring goals. During Tazula’s first year at the Senior School he played 2nd division cricket for the School and had graduated to the 1st division for Renoun C.C. This young star’s talent did not go unnoticed. At the tender age of 13 he was selected on the St. Kitts National cricket team to play against a touring cricket team from Bermuda. He did not disappoint as he made 105 not out, and later that year was selected to a St. Kitts/Nevis team to tour Dominica; again he played an unbeaten innings.
Last Updated on Monday, 27 June 2011
Monday, 27 June 2011
He was born on July 30th, 1954 as Lenox to Moses and Olivia Charles in the most beautiful village of Cayon, home of the world famous Green Valley Festival, in St. Kitts. He has evolved into a highly accomplished individual, a respectable family man, and a national hero.
Lenox attended the Cayon Primary School where his early academic success in passing the College of Preceptors (C.P.) Exam earned him the privilege to attend the Basseterre Junior High School where he had the opportunity to take his G.C.E O’Level Exams in 1972.
He initially decided, like most of the friends then, to become a teacher, and successfully completed the Teacher’s Induction Course offered by the St. Kitts Education Department. Faced with the fact that teachers in those days earned $209.00 per month, he opted for law enforcement and decided instead to become a policeman whose monthly salary was “substantially larger”, $409.00.
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