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Sharing is caring! Share Tweet LocalNews Digicel celebrates Christmas with Dubique residents by: – December 22, 2011 65 Views no discussions Share Share Dubique children with their gifts compliments Digicel. Photo credit: Digicel DominicaThe management and staff of the Bigger, Better Network Digicel brought Christmas cheer to the village of Dubique today Wednesday 21st December, 2011. Digicel announced in a press release on Wednesday that the village of Dubique had been selected for its annual Christmas Kids’ party.Over forty children were showered with special gifts from Santa Claus as well as embraced by members of the Digicel team and the children of employees of Digicel with a delightful feast and harmonious caroling.The release further stated that “as customary Digicel will raise the bar with its innovation to engage the kids with games, competitions, music and to climax the event a special Christmas movie will be enjoyed by all”. Centenarian Sidora Alexander receiving food hamper from Digicel Team. Photo credit: Digicel DominicaDigicel’s CEO Richard Stanton said, “Dominica’s Bigger, Better Network is excited to host its annual Christmas party for the second time in Dubique. This is a community that touched the hearts of the family and friends of Digicel and we are very pleased to celebrate with the kids as they sing along Christmas carols with our staff and open their gifts with smiles”.The Digicel Team also presented a food hamper to 104 year old Sidora Alexander of Dubique.Dominica Vibes News read more
Shibuno shot one of her worst rounds of the weekend Sunday at the Marquess’ Course at Woburn Golf and Country Club in Buckinghamshire, England. She carded a 4-under 68 after rounds of 66, 69 and 67 to open the tournament.She began play on the final day with a two-stroke lead but quickly lost it after a double bogey on the par-4 3rd hole. Shibuno was able to bounce back with a couple of birdies on the front nine but again carded a bogey before the turn. She kept her composure over the last nine holes and capped off play with a birdie on 18. BANG 💥Hinako Shibuno, ” The Smiling Cinderella” drills the back of the cup for birdie to win the 2019 @AIGWBO!🏆🏆🏆 pic.twitter.com/2TztfpPT0p— LPGA (@LPGA) August 4, 2019Shibuno was able to edge out LPGA veteran Lizette Salas, who carded a 7-under 65 to jump up the leaderboard with the lowest score of the day.Salas finished in second (17 under) for her best finish at a major.”I told myself, ‘You got this. You’re made for this.’ I put a good stroke on it. I’m not going to lie, I was nervous,” Salas told media after her round. ”You know, I haven’t been in that position in a long time. Gave it a good stroke. I controlled all my thoughts. It just didn’t drop.” Hinako Shibuno impressed in her major championship debut.The 20-year-old Japanese golfer had never before played on the LPGA Tour, let alone a major, but she was able to hold off the rest of the field to claim the Women’s British Open championship at 18 under. Three-time major winner Jin Young Ko finished in third place (16 under) while Morgan Pressel finished fourth (15 under) and Ashleigh Buhai rounded out the top five in fifth place (14 under).Buhai had high praise for the newest LPGA major champion.”She just gets up and rips it. She did really great,” Buhai said about Shibuno. read more