<p class="DefaultSINT MAARTEN (CAY HILL) – POSH hosted the second annual 1000 Women March this past Saturday, March 9th, under the umbrella of the 2019 Womanity Fest.
<p class="DefaultThe march began at the One Tete Lokayroundabout in Cay Hill and proceeded on Welgelegen Road to Church Hill round about on to L.B. Scott Road and concluded at the Jose Lake Sr. Ball Park.
<p class="DefaultFor the second year, the march was led by the reigning Carnival Queens followed by the Generation New Status Drum Band and a combination of the 2019 Delegates and supportive women, men and children.
<p class="DefaultThe march commenced directly after the “Four Faces of Women” seminar given by Sister Devki of Bhrama Kumaris at the Belair Community Center. The Seminar was the second collaborative event hosted by Elektralyets, Positive Foundation, Women’s Desk and Posh Productions under the Womanity Fest calendar for 2019, in a press statement from Anna Richardson, Director of Posh Productions.
<p class="DefaultAt the end of the march the drum band played sets for the enjoyment of the marchers and spectators who gathered around.
<p class="DefaultPOSH President Anna Richardson shared some words of appreciation to the supporters who took the time to see the significance in the march of unity, togetherness, empowerment and positivity amongst women in our community.
<p class="DefaultShe extended words of appreciation to the reigning Queens of St. Maarten, and her partners in Womanity Fest; Mercedes “Elektra” van der Waals Wyatt president of the Elektralyets Foundation, Shelly Alphonso of Positive Foundation and Malayka Marlin of Women’s Desk, for their support that made the events a successful one.
<p class="DefaultShe urge the public to visit any of the participating collaborators social media pages for more eventsand activities in the month of March.”