RGD Takes Services to New York Tri-State Area Foreign AffairsMarch 7, 2014Written by: Derrick Scott, Jamaican Embassy Washington Story HighlightsJamaica’s Consul General to New York, Herman Lamont is urging members of the Diaspora in the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to take full advantage of the service that will be offered by the Registrar General’s Department (RGD) from March 10 to 15.The Consul General says he welcomes and endorses the RGD outreach programme, which will take place at the Consulate in Manhattan as well as in Brooklyn, Queens, New Jersey and Connecticut.On March 17 the RGD will visit South Florida where there will be a similar outreach programme. RelatedDiaspora Group Seeking to Partner with Government RelatedJamaican Dishes on Display in Washington FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail RelatedJamaican High Commission Celebrates Jamaica Day in London Advertisements Jamaica’s Consul General to New York, Herman Lamont is urging members of the Diaspora in the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to take full advantage of the service that will be offered by the Registrar General’s Department (RGD) from March 10 to 15.Mr. Lamont said that the outreach programme will give the RGD an opportunity to meet with members of the Diaspora to discuss some of their difficulties, with a view to charting the way forward for solutions.He says that while the Consulate offers various services on a daily basis, it makes a difference when the principal authority is on the ground to answer the technical and more difficult questions.The Consul General says he welcomes and endorses the RGD outreach programme, which will take place at the Consulate in Manhattan as well as in Brooklyn, Queens, New Jersey and Connecticut.Representatives of the RGD, will facilitate applications for: birth, death and marriage; genealogical research (‘family tree’ service); registry wedding and record updating, which includes correction of errors; late registration; addition of father’s particulars; and late entry of name.Vital information on products and procedures will also be disseminated and relevant concerns addressed. Persons who wish to access the agency’s services are encouraged to pre-register by providing their name, mobile telephone number, general area of residence and type of service required to: [email protected] pre-registration is not a requirement, persons who plan to access record updating services should complete the relevant forms from the RGD’s website and ensure that their supporting documents are presented.On March 17 the RGD will visit South Florida where there will be a similar outreach programme.
FLORENCE, Ala. – The University of West Florida softball team’s record stands at 19-7 on the year with a 7-5 mark in the Gulf South Conference after falling to North Alabama 14-5 on Sunday. Junior third baseman Jacey Castro led West Florida offensively, as she drove in two runs with a single in the first inning to take an early lead over UNA. Castro recorded her third RBI of the day with a single to left in the third inning, which cut UNA’s lead at the time to 5-3. Jessica Wilkinson kicked off the two-run fourth after being hit by a pitch, and Rachel Wright moved her up with a single through the left side. Both runners advanced a base on a passed ball just one batter later, and Meghan Toney and Rhiannon Sassman each brought a runner in. Those would be the final runs of the day for UWF, which scored five or more for the 16th time this year. Defense troubled the Argonauts in the first inning, as two of the first North Alabama batters reached on errors. With one out in the first, the next seven Lions reached base and capped off a five-run inning. Things went a little more smoothly in the second and third for West Florida, as Sarah Maloney allowed just two hits and struck out one in those frames. West Florida battled back in the third and fourth innings, with the RBIs from Castro, Toney and Sassman to tie the game. North Alabama took the momentum in the bottom of the fourth with some bad luck going UWF’s way. With control issues hitting West Florida in that inning, UNA loaded the bases on walks and a hit by pitch, and Anna Gayle Norris took the lead with a home run. North Alabama put up five more in the fifth to take the win. With her 12th RBI in the fourth, Toney matched her total from 2015, and Castro put up her fourth multi-RBI game of the season. West Florida will travel to No. 3 Alabama Huntsville for a three-game series on March 12-13. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# — www.GoArgos.com –Print Friendly Version Full Schedule Roster Preview Next Game: at North Alabama 3/5/2016 – 4:00 p.m.