(Washington – DC) Yesterday, Sunday, September 20th 2015, Rebuild Dominica held a successful fundraiser at Howard University during “Divorce Papers,” a comedic play starring Jamaican sensation; Oliver Samuels. As disaster relief efforts continue, supporters of Dominica provide additional platforms for fundraisers that benefit the people of The Commonwealth of Dominica.
Rebuild Dominica, Inc. extends a special “Thank You” to Lisda Sawney, who offered to sponsor a fundraising booth during Oliver Samuel’s hit play, “Divorce Papers.” A native of Grenada, Mrs. Lisda Sawney has been awarded for her excellence in community service and health initiatives. She has been featured, April 2014, in an article from Everybody’s Caribbean Magazine: Outstanding Grenadians In the Diaspora (edited by Andy Pilgrim). In the article, Sawney was noted as having being recognized in 2001 by the International Honor Society of Nursing as one of the “100 Extraordinary Nurses” in the Washington area, in 2012 the Government of Grenada Homecoming Award, an in 2013 she was presented with an award by Gillian M.S. Bristol, former Ambassador of Grenada to the OAS and US, in recognition of her “Steadfast Commitment to her homeland and for her unswerving partnership.
Dominica’s supporters throughout the Caribbean and in the diaspora are stepping up to help with the Rebuild Dominica initiative. Individuals such as Lisda Sawney make it possible for Rebuild Dominica to continue relief efforts!
About “Divorce Papers”
Like other Oliver Samuels’ uproarious classics, “Divorce Papers,” written by Basil Dawkins and directed by Douglas Prout, is the definition of a family friendly comedy-drama. After months of sold-out runs in Jamaica, “Divorce Papers,” starring Oliver Samuels with Ruth Ho Shing, Barbara McCalla, Dennis Titus and Maylynne Walton-Lowe, has captivated audiences in other Caribbean islands and Toronto and will certainly do so in the UK and US. “This play is not only for persons who are divorced or who are contemplating divorce, but for all persons interested in romantic relationships.” Rev. Devon Dick, Jamaica Gleaner. “Samuels leads a cast of experienced, accomplished actors in this hilarious and exhilarating but informative production.” PRIDE Magazine Toronto.
About Everybody’s Caribbean Magazine
EVERYBODY’S, the Caribbean-American magazine, launched January 1977. The magazine produces and promotes Caribbean plays and concerts and is the longest surviving Caribbean-American publication with subscribers across the U.S. It is published by Herman Hall Communications, Inc. and publishes 6 printed editions per year. EVERYBODY’S “Caribbean” Magazine is the essential guide for things Caribbean and in Caribbean communities overseas. Features cover today’s hottest personalities from entertainers, musicians to public servants.
This write-up was prepared by the Media Relations Team at Rebuild Dominica. For more information regarding this post, contact LaDàna Drigo at 202.670.6489 or info@AbovePrestigePR.com.