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The 19th edition of the Cotton Tree Foundation’s annual Golf Charity Tournament teed off under the patronage of Her Excellency Christine Carla Kangaloo ORTT, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, yesterday, Wednesday 15th May, 2024 at the St Andrews Golf Club in Maraval. An exciting day of golf followed Her Excellency’s opening of the competition in which several teams participated. The tournament is a significant fundraiser for the Foundation, with proceeds going towards supporting its community and youth development objectives.The Cotton Tree Foundation is a non-governmental organization founded in 1993 by Desmond Allum S. C. Its focus is on the education of under-resourced children mainly from the St Ann’s, Cascade, Belmont and East Dry River areas, and also throughout Trinidad and Tobago. ... See MoreSee Less
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In her quest to create comprehensive, professional archives at the Office of the President, Her Excellency Christine Carla Kangaloo ORTT, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, has been visiting archival collections of past Governors General, Presidents and Prime Ministers of this country located at the National Library and Information System Authority (NALIS) Libraries. In March, Her Excellency viewed the President Ellis Clarke archives at NALIS's spanking new library in Diego Martin. Last week Her Excellency visited NALIS's main facility on Abercromby Street, Port of Spain to view exhibits from the archives of Governor General Sir Solomon Hochoy, Prime Minister George Chambers as well as West Indian cricketer and diplomat Sir Learie Constantine.The research is proving very useful and with NALIS's example to follow, the Office of the President hopes to get its archiving project up and running before long. ... See MoreSee Less
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Holy Name Convent Point Fortin and Northwest Homeschool Group visited President's House on Thursday. Here are some visual highlights of their visits. ... See MoreSee Less
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Her Excellency Christine Carla Kangaloo ORTT, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago received a delegation from the Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society at President's House on Wednesday. Mr. Robert Dumas, Chairman, Dr. George Laquis, Chairman Emeritus, Dr. Marlene Sukhdeo, First Vice Chairman and Dr. Asante Le Blanc, Director, discussed the society's work on behalf of cancer patients as well as Her Excellency's possible patronage of their organisation. ... See MoreSee Less
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Their Excellencies Christine Carla Kangaloo ORTT, President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and Kerwyn Garcia SC, First Gentleman visited schools in the St. George East school district on Friday May 3.Blanchisseuse Government Primary, La Fillette RC Primary, Blanchisseuse Secondary and Las Cuevas Primary Schools bring to 15, the number of schools visited by Her Excellency since becoming President just over a year ago.With this most recent visit, Their Excellencies have now visited schools in four of the seven school districts in Trinidad.While it is their intention to visit as many schools as possible across all school districts, Their Excellencies are currently focused on visiting small schools in rural areas. ... See MoreSee Less
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