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viagra generic times;”> WASHINGTON, best viagra D.C. – The Bahamas was again focus of an event sponsored by THINGS TO DO D.C. that has become a staple social event for young professionals in the Washington, D.C., area on Saturday night April 16, 2016.

Billed as an event to introduce DC young professionals to the ‘Spirit of Nassau and Paradise Island’, the event was held at the Embassy of The Bahamas, 2220 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., and featured an evening of fun, Bahamian food and dancing organized by THINGS TO DO DC, which bills itself as “the premier social and networking organization for young professionals.” Similar events are periodically sponsored by the organization at various Embassies in Washington, D.C.

Guests were welcomed by Dr. Eugene Newry, Ambassador to the United States and Mexico, who reminded the young professionals present that The Bahamas had one of the closest relations with the United States of any country and invited them to consider visiting The Bahamas.

Guests dined on traditional Caribbean cuisine, including such Bahamian staples as peas and rice, fried plantain and conch fritters and the traditional Jamaican dish curried chicken along with an assortment of deserts. Caribbean dance music was provided by Ryan Browne (DJ PUMPKIN).

THINGS TO DO website claims that it has “an active membership of over 175,000 local young professionals” and it “produces original events that enrich your social and cultural experiences while enabling you to meet other young professionals in a friendly environment.”

“Our primary goal is to help enrich the personal and professional lives of professionals of all ages,” the website states. “We accomplish this by producing a wide variety of interactive social, educational, and cultural events that encourage our members to learn new things and meet new people. We are quite proud of what we have built in the past and are continuing to build. With your continued participation, Things To Do® will remain the consummate organization for Washington’s young professional population.”

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Ambassador Dr. Eugene Newry welcomes young professionals to the Embassy at Things To Do DC Event at the Embassy of The Bahamas on Saturday, April 16, 2016.

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Ambassador Dr. Eugene Newry engages with Things To Do DC Event guest Beverley Wormley on her numerous travels to The Bahamas since 1972.

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Young Professionals at the Things To Do DC Event at the Embassy of The Bahamas on Saturday, April 16, 2016.

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Guests enjoying Caribbean music at Things To Do DC Event at the Embassy of The Bahamas on Saturday, April 16, 2016.?