Associate Editor of Caribbean Life, Michael Kevin Williams, is among eight distinguished professionals to receive the Golden Arrowhead Award of Achievement and Distinction at the Guyana Tri-State Alliance Award ceremony under the patronage of the Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and NYC Councilmember, Dr. Mathieu Eugene, to commemorate Guyana’s 51st Anniversary of Independence.
The Friday, June 16 event will begin at 5 pm at Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon St.
Other honorees are Imam Rudy Zaman, David Correira, Mercedes Pierre, Romolla Lucas Esq, Brian Singh, Dr. Jackie Gulstone, Allison Butters-Grant, Bishop Robin Dinnanauth, Karen Gray, Pandit Chunelall Narine, Cloyette Harris Stoute, and Kamini Doobay, who will also be presented with citations and proclamations.
Nine-year-old Sapphire Autumn Rose, fashion designer and creator of D’Obvious Rose collection will be presented with a special Youth Award.
President of the Guyana Tri-State Alliance, Patricia Jordon-Langford said this illustrious group of awardees has made a difference in the community, an as such, their accomplishments are being celebrated.
“We are extending a special invitation to all Guyanese and friends of Guyana, to come out and celebrate our Independence,” added Jordon-Langford.
A cultural presentation and a Taste of Guyana reception with “Back Home” food, drink and music will follow in the rotunda.
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