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sildenafil sovaldi sale times;”>WASHINGTON, generic cialis D.C. — Mrs. Marie Parham and her husband Mr. Terry Parham paid a courtesy call on Consul General Paulette Zonicle, Bahamas Consul General to Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, June 2, at the Bahamas Embassy Consular Annex, 1025 Vermont Avenue, N.W. Mrs. Parham presented Consul General Zonicle with two of her paintings displayed in the Consulate’s office and the residence of the Consul General. Born and raised in Nassau, Bahamas, Mrs. Parham is the daughter of Mr. Sidney and Dr. Susan Wallace of Freeport, Grand Bahama. She now lives in Waldorf, Maryland, and credits her father for igniting the passion for art through charcoal sketching and painting with acrylics which are her medium of choice. The vibrant colors of her work are indicative of Mrs. Parham’s Bahamian foundation and upbringing. She relocated to the United States in 1985 and was afforded the opportunity to live and experience the cultures of Buenos Aires, Argentina and Lima, Peru. Pictured in the first photo from left to right are Vice Consul Faith Maycock, Consul General Zonicle, Mrs. Parham and Mr. Parham. In second photo showing another aspect of Mrs. Parham’s designs, a lacquered wooden tray with a conch shell inset, from left to right are Vice Consul Maycock, Consul General Zonicle and Mrs. Parham.
NEW YORK — Mr. Owyn Ferguson, Junior Minister of Tourism 2015 from St. Anne’s School in Nassau, and his mother Mrs. Lyn Ferguson, accompanied by Ms. Samantha Cartwright, coordinator of Junior Minister of Tourism Program, paid a courtesy call on the Hon. Forrester J. Carroll, Bahamas Consul General to New York, on Monday, June 1, 2015 at Bahama House, 231 East 46th Street. The Junior Minister of Tourism Program was launched in 2002 through the Ministry of Tourism’s Training and Education Department. Its long-range goal is to generate a talent pool of young professionals to service the tourism industry. Mr. Ferguson was in New York for the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s Annual Caribbean Week and to participate in the Youth Congress. Pictured from left to right are Mr. Ferguson, Consul General Carroll, Ms. Cartwright, and Mrs. Ferguson.