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Nevisian among awardees at the 2022 National Honour Awards Ceremony

Educator and Nevisian – Mrs. Lorraine Browne was among a group of nineteen individuals who received an award for her contribution towards nation building.




An Investiture Ceremony was held on Tuesday, June 20th, 2023 by Her Excellency the Governor-General, Dame Marcella Liburd GCMG, JP, at Government House in St. Kitts.




Mrs. Browne along with Wayland Vaughan, Violet Jones-Mawnlawde and Dr. Lincoln Carty received the Companion of the Star of Merit award for their contribution to Education; Captain Sylvester Granville Charles for Education, Music, Sports and Volunteerism; Maxwell Bass Senior for Music and Security Services while Nathan Esdaille and Elsie Mills were recognized for their contribution to Education and Religion.




Other awardees included: Eileen Grey for her contribution to Education, Culture and Sports; Dennis Delaney for Education, Arts and Culture, Shirley Kelly was awarded for her contribution to Nursing; Lorna Henry for Culture and the Arts and Pastor Lincoln Connor for Nation-Building.




The Medal of Honour was awarded to Mable Morton for Community Service and Entrepreneurship; Clyde Richardson for Music and the Arts, and James ‘Mickey’ Frederick for Performing Arts and Culture.




The Companion of the Star of Merit is awarded for long and commendable service or for loyal and devoted service to the nation while the Medal of Honour award is given to nationals for their outstanding and admirable service to the nation.