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Jamaica’s 43rd anniversary of Independence Celebration Atlanta – UNION OF JAMAICAN ORGANIZATIONS IN ATLANTA (“UJOIA”)

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Under the Auspices of The Honorary Consul for Jamaica in Atlanta, Vin Martin Present the 2005 Jamaica Independence celebrations in Atlanta

Sunday, July 31, 5:00pm
Service @ Church of the Holy Cross – 2005 S. Columbia Pl (off McAfee), Dec.
Chief Celebrant : Bishop Charles DeFour, Catholic Bishop of Mo-Bay
Reception follows

Wednesday, August 3, 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Cultural Evening @ Royall Hall, Church of the Holy Cross – 2005 S. Columbia Pl. (off McAfee), Dec
Music by : Montgomery Montgomery & Massive
Admission $5.00; children under 12 free

Saturday, August 6, 1000a – 2:00p
Health Fair @ Royall Hall, Church of the Holy Cross – 2005 S. Columbia Pl
Conducted by the Atlanta-Montego Bay Sister Cities Committee

Saturday, August 6, 9:00pm until
Festival Dance @ C&J Hideaway – 1510 Rodgers Lake Road, Lithonia
Music by : Tony Randall & Changez Disco
Cover Charge $10.00

Sunday, August 7, 1200 noon – 8:00pm
Family Fun Day @ Lithonia Park – 2501 Park Drive
Music, Games, vendors, competitions

Saturday, August 13, 2005 , 6:30pm to 3:00am
Independence & Emancipation Ball presented by The Atlanta Jamaican Association
Hilton Hotel Downtown – 255 Courtland Street, NE, ATL
Guest Speaker : Dr. Carolyn Gomes, Founder, Jamaicans for Justice
Music by : Monty Montgomery & Massive
For ticket information: (404)-787-4206 / 404-723-6120
For more information: 404-297-7696 or Jus4funenterprise.com


UJOIA Members (in alphabetical order)
– Atlanta Jamaican Association
– Atlanta-Montego Bay Sister Cities
– Benevolent Missions of Atlanta
– Calabar High School Alumni Assoc
– Clarendon College Alumni Assoc
– Caribbean Sports & Social Club
– Integrity Children’s Fund
– Jamaican Consulate
– Kingston College Alumni Assoc
– Kingston Technical High School Alumni Assoc
– Queens High School Alumnae
– St. Hughs High School Alumnae Assoc
– The Carilanta Players
– Tropical Sports Club
– United for Jamaica


– Air Jamaica
– The Caribbean Star
– Hardbeat News.com
– WRFG www.wrfg.org
– Caribbean Hotline 770-723-6505

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