St. Louis:— On Saturday, February 11th, 2017, Minister of Education, Culture, Youth, and Sports Affairs, Silveria Jacobs attended the first annual “Shing Din” at the cultural site of St. Louis. The “Shing Din” was an event put together by the Rambaud-St. Louis Fete Association and hosted the special needs citizens of both the French and Dutch side. The event was in honor of the special needs citizens on the island, to showcase not only their talent but that they haven’t been forgotten as citizens of St. Martin. Minister Jacobs was elated to be present at the “Shing Din” and congratulated the association on a successful event. Minister Jacobs enjoyed the African drum band performance, which consisted of 4 young men and their mentor. The young gentlemen gave the audience an amazing show and received a round of applause as well as gave an encore.
The President of Parliament. Mrs. Sarah Wescot-Williams, Ms. Ramona Connor, 2nd Vice President of Family and Social Affairs, as well as legendary calypsonian Mr. Cedrick Rey were in attendance.
Source: St. Martin News Network
Minister Jacobs attends “Shing Din” for special needs citizens.