Saint Kitts and Nevis: The Foreign Secretary and Premier of Nevis, Mark Brantley, visited the Queen City Studio (QCS) dance studio in the early hours of Saturday, March 12, 2022, Nevis.
Mark Brantley also spoke to the students at the dance studio and encouraged them by instilling in them the importance of leadership and self-confidence in the lives of students.
While briefing on his visit to the dance studio, the Prime Minister of Nevis said he visited the dance studio to meet the dance studio students.
He further expressed his delight and said, “Absolutely thrilled to attend the Queen City Studio (QCS) dance studio this morning in Nevis and talk to the beautiful students about leadership and self-confidence.”
Nevis Premier Mark Brantley also expressed his gratitude to Charmaine Howell for her creativity and creating the next generation of leaders on Nevis.
He claimed that with his considerable efforts, Howell had made an enormous contribution to creating the quality of leadership among the students of Nevis and also in the wider St. Kitts and Nevis Federation.
Mark Brantley reiterated that he is very grateful to the talented Charmaine Howell for her creativity and hard work in shaping this next generation of leaders in Nevis and the Federation at large. Blessed love.
Queen City Studio is a center for creative expression committed to channeling and developing all forms of artistic imagination.
The studio head said, “We take the arts seriously because we believe creativity keeps us in touch with our true selves. Our programs are designed to develop confidence, innovation and technical ability and promote artistic excellence. Our philosophy is that everyone has a creative voice, and our goal is to hone the personal identity and pride necessary for our students to shine – both on and off stage”.
Earlier the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Aviation and Prime Minister of Nevis also attended Sports Day for alma mater Ivor Walters Primary on Saturday 12th March 2022. He gave an update on his visit and said that he had witnessed great joy among the people who competed magnificently in sports activities.
While expressing his delight, the Prime Minister of Nevis said: ‘Absolutely delighted to attend my alma mater Ivor Walters Primary Sports Day yesterday.
Nevis Premier Mark Brantley noted that he witnessed great joy among people at the state-of-the-art Mondo facility.
Brantley pointed out that the Mondo track facility helps children compete beautifully and also encourages children to compete.
He said: “To see the joy among our people in our state-of-the-art Mondo track facility as our children competed was magnificent to behold. God be praised”.