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Twelve Saint Lucians on Queen's Birthday Honours List 2007

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Contact: Claudia Monlouis

Monday, June 18, 2007 Twelve Saint Lucians have received a 'Royal thank you' for their distinguished achievements and unwavering commitment to various fields of endeavour over the years. The Queen's Birthday Honours List 2007 was officially announced at the residence of the Governor General Her Excellency Dame Pearlette Louisy on Saturday, 16th of June. The recipients emerged from both the public and private sectors.


The nominees are


  • Kenneth Monplaisir for services to the Red Cross


  • Miss Claire Zenith James for contribution to the Public Sector

  • Rick Wayne for contribution to Journalism


  • Mrs. Simone Cox for Ssrvices to Education and Agriculture

  • Mr. Rupert Ellis for service to Education

  • Mrs. Lucy Nicholas for education and community service

  • Mrs. Marie Eileen Paul - for service to the hospitality Industry


  • Ms. Catherine Chalon for services to the Community

  • Ms. Teresa Hall for contribution to Culture

  • Mrs. Greta Joseph for service to Community

  • Leton Lamontagne for service to Tourism

  • Mrs. Marilene Paul for services to the Health Sector

The nominees who have been officially congratulated by Her Excellency, will be presented with the Medals of Honour at a date to be announced. The recipients join a long list of illustrious recipients locally, regionally and internationally.


How can a person receive such an award and be included on the Queen's Birthday Honour's List?


Honours are granted to deserving and high-achieving people from every section of the community, from charity workers to leaders of industry.


An honour, decoration or medal is a public way of illustrating that the recipient has done something worthy of recognition.


And awards can be made to deserving and high-achieving people from every section of the community.

Recipients of honours receive their awards from The Queen or her representative at a ceremony known as an Investiture.

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