Promote goodwill and to facilitate the exchange of cultural, civic, scientific, athletic, educational, and trade delegations any other similar or related information and initiatives between the city of Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago and the greater Atlanta metropolitan area of Georgia.
Norma Kendall-Hamlet(Chair-APSCC), Jim Maddox Atlanta City Council, Karen Clarke (Public Relations Officer APSCC), left to right
I am pleased to announce that Karen Clarke has agreed to serve as the Chair of the Atlanta/Port of Spain Sister City Committee.
It has been indeed a pleasure working with the Commission for the past sixteen (16) years, however, since my retirement from Corporate life, I now travel very frequently and am out of the country for extended periods.
Karen is no stranger to you and undoubtedly be an asset to the Sister Cities Commission.
I will continue to lend support the Commission in all of its endeavors, as the Co-Chair of APSCC.
Fantastic Brain Storming Meeting
Norma Kendall-Hamlet(Co-Chair APSCC), Kwanza Hall Atlanta City Council, Karen Clarke (Chair APSCC), left to right
All on board! Ship Ahoy!
Where the creative humanitarian minds meet, Atlanta/Port of Spain Sister City Committee. Congratulations to our newest Member
Mr. Kwanza Hall, Atlanta City Councilman. Our Motto "Peace Through People" will continue to thrive in our diverse communities.
We are currently looking forward in partnering with other non-for-profits grass-roots organizations. For more information regarding Membership or Partnership go to Getting Connected and Stay Connected.
Keron Valentine, who has held the post of Deputy Mayor for the past six years, is now the Mayor of Port-of-Spain.
“I will give this my best shot.”
That’s the assurance given by new Mayor of Port of Spain Keron Valentine shortly after being sworn into office at a brief ceremony at City Hall, Knox Street, Port of Spain, yesterday.
“As I stated yesterday when I spoke to the media, I am humbled by the fact that I’ve been called upon to serve effective immediately as mayor of the capital city of Port of Spain,” he said.
“I would like to reiterate that it has been an uncomfortable circumstance in which things have developed so fast, but despite all I’ve come to the realisation that in politics things like these do happen and we have to just treat with it and carry on with business,” he added.