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Caribbean Crossroads Radio Show will broadcast live from the 3rd Annual Dennis Ziadie Cup Soccer Match : St. Georges vs Jamaica College – April 21, 2007

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The Caribbean Crossroads radio, hosted by Attorney Marlon A. Hill, will be broadcasting live on News/Talk 1080AM WTPS from the 3rd annual Dennis Ziadie Cup soccer match on Saturday April 21st, 2006, 6pm-7pm. The soccer match between the Jamaica College Old Boys Association of South Florida and the St. George’s College Old Boys Association of Florida will take place at 4.00 pm on Saturday April 21st, 2006 at the Silver Shores Park, in Miramar. Last year’s match drew over 350 spectators and supporters of both schools.

“We are honored to have this opportunity to broadcast live from a community event reflecting the Caribbean’s passion for sports, celebration of family, and respect for academic traditions,” stated Marlon A. Hill, host of Caribbean Crossroads.

Mr. Hill is the Representative for the Jamaican Diaspora Southern United States and a past student of St. George’s College. Caribbean Crossroads is a talk radio program highlight current events and issues in politics, art/culture, and community affairs.

What: Jamaica College Old Boys Association of South Florida vs. St. George’s College Old Boys Association of Florida

Where: Silver Shores Park – 954 442 4030

(southeast corner of Dykes Road and Pembroke road)

15700 Pembroke Road

Miramar, Florida 33029

When: Saturday April 21st, 2007

Time: 4.00 pm

Caribbean Crossroads is a one-hour talk-music program that mixes a CROSSROADS of politics, culture, and community affairs for the entertainment and upliftment of the WTPS listener, especially those of Caribbean descent in South Florida and around the world.

Hosted by Attorney Marlon A. Hill, the Program delivers current affairs, provoking discussion, and welcomes special guests from the public and private sector who provide a host of information geared towards to civic and political awareness, celebrating cultural trends and traditions, and problem solving in the lives of the WTPS listener and their respective local communities.

Listeners also have an opportunity to call in and share thoughts and opinions on the “peppah” topics and features of the day.

The Jamaica College Old Boys Association of Florida established in 2004 as a 501(c) (3). The Jamaica College Old Boys Association of Florida is committed to uphold the traditions of excellence of Jamaica College as one of the foremost educational institution in the country of Jamaica and to support the school in the development of its students.

St. George’s College Old Boys Association of Florida, Inc. was incorporated in 2004 as a charitable non-profit corporation under the General Non-Profit Association Law of the State of Florida. Our objectives are: To foster the development of educational and extracurricular resources at St. George’s College; To advance education by providing scholarships to graduating students of St. George’s College for matriculation in a college or university; To provide a vehicle through which individuals and corporations may make charitable contributions to the St. George’s College alumni fund.

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