EntertainmentLocalNews Bioche to host inaugural reunion by: Dominica Vibes News – July 1, 2015 Share Sharing is caring! Share Tweet Share 281 Views no discussions (L-R): Volunteer and Marketing Officer of the Bioche Enhancement committee, Tim Healey and Coordinator of the Bioche Enhancement Committee, Clement Pierre LouisThe community of Bioche is getting set to host its first reunion, the ‘Bioche Reunion’, from 5 -12 July 2015 under the theme ‘Reuniting Friends & Family, Come Celebrate Together’.The Bioche Enhancement Committee held a press conference at the Fort Young Hotel on Tuesday 30 June to outline the highlights of the reunion.The Bioche Reunion 2015 is getting together a number of persons from Bioche and those that are living overseas to come together to celebrate together. We intend to go way beyond 2015 because we have realized the need to develop our community.” Coordinator of the Bioche Enhancement Committee, Clement Pierre Louis said.Pierre Louis informed that the Reunion will commence at 12:01AM on Sunday 5 July with the sound of conch shells and beating drums, followed by a 10AM church service and the official opening ceremony at the Reunion Park.Other activities planned for the week of reunion include; a Hike, Art Exhibition, Island Tour, Health Talk, Talent Night, Gospel Concert and a Fish Festival.According to volunteer and marketing officer on the Bioche Enhancement committee, Tim Healey the fishing industry is the economic driver in Bioche and as such this will be highlighted during the Fish Festival carded for Saturday 11 July from 12PM.“That weekend is what we feel is going to be the highlight of the entire reunion…I am talking about several delicious varieties of fish; you could have that fish steamed, baked, barbequed or fried with also a lot of delicious side dishes,” Healey said. The Reunion will culminate with a dinner and awards ceremony on Sunday 12 July to recognize persons who have contributed towards the development of the community.The eldest resident, Angela Cuffy, 98, will also receive a special award at that ceremony.The winner of the Talent Competition will be treated to dinner at the Sardines Restaurant in Mero while the winner of the raffle will receive a one night stay at The Champs Hotel in Portsmouth and a complimentary breakfast.
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