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Beaches honours top performing employees at Prestige Awards 2022

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#TurksandCaicos, April 4, 2022 – On Thursday, March 24th 2022, Beaches Turks and Caicos recognized well over 100 of its outstanding employees at the 2022 Prestige Awards.

The annual awards celebration honours the resort’s top performing employees and again this year workers were treated to a spectacular evening of dance, music and glamour showcasing the best of the resort’s talented employees.

The award ceremony recognised and rewarded individuals in 14 categories (41 Nominees) who have worked diligently and whose performance has consistently made a positive impact on the quality of services offered at the world’s leading all-inclusive family resort.

General Manager, James McAnally stated; “Our team members are the lifeblood of what we do here at Beaches Turks and Caicos and the Prestige Awards is just one of the many ways we get to show appreciation.”

 “Our team members go above and beyond to provide a five-star luxury service to our guests and stakeholders and we appreciate them for all they do, not just our winners but our nominees and every single member of the Beaches Turks and Caicos family.”

The night’s ultimate winner was Simone Woodfine, superstar bartender who won the coveted Diamond Team Member of the Year Award.

Juniel Olivar of Cost Control department won the Platinum Team Member of the Year Award.

Other big winners included Monalisa Missick, Human Resources Department who won the Heart of the House Award.

Fedeline Julien of the Kids Camp department won the Pace-Setter of the Year Award.

Kid’s Camp celebrity Maxine Salmon won the Sandals Foundation Sentinel of the Year Award for her outstanding contribution to the Sandals Foundation – the philanthropic arm of Sandals and Beaches Resorts.

Ashley Cooper of the gift shop won the Money Maker Award or Highest Revenue Earner Award.

In addition to engraved trophies and certificates, winners took home fantastic prizes vacations, gift cards and generous cash prizes.

The event, which was divided into five award segments, was punctuated with spectacular performances by Team Member Lynn Delancy, Managers Dance Group and the Creative Viva dance troupe.

It was hosted by Julianna Musgrove, Learning & Development Manager alongside Ghislaine Boutoulle, Executive Assistant Manager.

Attendees were treated to a cocktail hour which preceded the event and a celebratory after party.

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Morgan Heritage Member dies

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Rashaed Esson

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#MorganHeritage#PeterMorgan, February 26th, 2024 – Peter Morgan, member of the Grammy Winning Jamaican Reggae Band Morgan Heritage, died on Sunday February 25th at the age of 46. His family made the announcement on Instagram, however the cause of his death was not mentioned. Morgan Heritage, an all family group, children to Jamaican reggae artist Denroy Morgan, was known for hits like “She’s Still loving me.”

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Jamaica Local Govt Elections held

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#Jamaica#LocalGovElections, February 26th, 2024 – Jamaica’s long awaited local government elections were held today February 26th, after being postponed on several occasions since November of 2020. Reports indicate that just over two million Jamaicans are eligible to vote and that the electoral system was well prepared with a total of 6,726 polling stations in 2,148 locations across the island, open from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Voters selected from 496 nominated candidates across the island. The date for results is yet to be announced

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Ariel Henry to Finalize Agreement with Kenya for Multinational Force – Could Bring Political Tensions.

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#Haiti#Kenya#ArielHenry, February 26th, 2024 – Haiti’s Prime Minister Ariel Henry is flying to Nairobi Kenya on Tuesday February 27th, to finalize the paperwork with Kenyan authorities for the deployment of the multinational force. However, the legitimacy of anything he agrees to or signs is already being questioned because Haiti currently has no parliament and Henry should have demitted office since February 7.  

 

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