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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Teen EWI "Giovanna Guzman" WORLD AIDS DAY

                               

Monday, September 19, 2011

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Who says Queens do not EAT?

Our newly crowned Queens decided to have breakfast at Denny's at NIGHT!  LOL

Introducing the 2012 Ethnic World Intenational Queens

Teen Ethnic World International 2012- Giovanna Guzman
Miss Ethnic World International 2012- Erica Pena
Ms. Ethnic World International 2012-Elaine Vega
Mrs. Ethnic World International 2012- Daisi Pollard
Elegance Ethnic World International 2012- Jessenia Vasquez

Friday, July 22, 2011

News Letter

EWI Newsletter

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Adrianne St Clair "Teen Ethnic World International 2011" Prom 2011

Mrs. Ethnic World International 2011 and City of Brockton letter

'City Council is the legislative and policy body for each City, charged with providing overall leadership for the City by enacting laws and allocating City resources for programs, services, and activities.'


Being invited to speak there last night was an opportunity not only to spread more Awareness Against D.V. but to also hope that they would get involved more in the fight Against It. Was asked to come back again so it's a start...

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Mrs. Ethnic World International 2011 "Walk A Thon Against Domestic Violence"

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                        


Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

***5K Walk-A-Thon Against Domestic Violence***

Franklin Medina, 42, stabbed his estranged wife several times before setting fire to an apartment and jumping to his death off a third-floor balcony at the Mary Ellen McCormack housing development in South Boston. The woman survived the attack. The couple’s two children were home at the time of the attack. According to the president of the Mary Ellen McCormack Tenants’ Task Force, six families were displaced by the fire. This was May, 2010 but Domestic Violence continues to affect many.

The ‘Walk’ is an initiative organized by local pageant title holder, Lovern Augustine, whose platform is Awareness Domestic Violence. All proceeds of Walk will benefit Victim Services at Penelope’s Place Crisis Shelter/Health Imperatives, Inc. and Family and Community Resources (both in Brockton, MA). The ‘Walk’ will signify our community’s stand against this epidemic and help countless victims continue to get the support and resources they need through the remarkable agencies listed.

Walk’s Honorary Chair: Jass Stewart (Brockton City Councilor)

Guest Speaker: Silvia Leary (Domestic Violence Survivor, CEO of Una-Via)

Filming: Boston Color TV

DETAILS:

Sunday June 5th, 2011

9:00A.M. Rain or Shine

Start & End: Raymond Elementary School

125 Oak Street, Brockton, MA

$20 entry fee prior to race, $25 day of race

Race Coordinator, Lovern Augustine, was recently crowned Mrs. Ethnic World International 2011 in Los Angeles, CA and has been tirelessly working to promote Awareness Against Domestic Violence as her platform. Lovern herself was a victim from a previous relationship and also witnessed Domestic Violence as a child as her mother was abused at the hands of her father throughout their marriage.

For additional information or a sample copy, please contact:

Contact: Lovern Augustine Title: Mrs. Ethnic World International 2011 (617) 803 - 8357 lovern_augustine@yahoo.com

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Friday, May 13, 2011

Ms. Ethnic World 2011 on the move


Mrs. Ethnic World 2011 on the move




Mrs. Ethnic World 2011 "Speaking on Domestic Violence"
Self Defence Class at the Community Center


Miss Ethnic World 2011 on the Move.




Miss Ethnic World 2011 "Daniela Espinoza"
Radio Host


Sunday, March 20, 2011

Lovern Augustine "Radio Interview"

Mrs. Ethnic World 2011
Check out video recording of radio appearance on Datzhitsradio 99.7fm this past weekend where Ethnic New England spoke about the pageant's then, now & future happenings and I got the MALE hosts to recite the White Ribbon Pledge!
Video starts roughly at 1:22:00
http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/13272268http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/13272268

www.ustream.tv
‎:Recorded on 3/12/2011 recorded on USTREAM. Radio

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Silent No More: Domestic Violence Awareness "Radio Interview" with Mrs. EW 2011

Thursday, March 3 · 8:00pm - 9:00pm


Location Word It Up Broadcast on Boston Praise Radio w/Natasha Mason Walker
More Info No matter where you are in the world this Thursday, listeners will be able to WATCH/LISTEN LIVE at 8pm EST by going to:

http://www.bostonpraiseradio.com/

Call-in line # (617) 282-7794
Listeners can also access Word It Up Broadcast via:

o Bostonpraiseradio.com

o Ustream.tv (type Boston Praise Radio)

o Shoutcast.com (type Boston Praise Radio)

o Live365.com (type Boston Praise Radio) or

o XM Radio, Glorystar, Channel 1010



LET'S GET TALKING MORE about Domestic Violence and how it affects ALL of US! Hope you can tune in...

Lovern

Monday, February 28, 2011

The Boston Globe "Mrs. Ethnic World International 2011"

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Brockton honoring Women of the Year






February 27, 2011



BROCKTON HONORING WOMEN OF THE YEAR: The 2011 Women of the Year Awards will be bestowed this Saturday on five Brockton residents by the city’s Commission on Women’s Issues and Mayor Linda M. Balzotti.



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Yahoo! Buzz ShareThis .“Choosing this year’s recipients was a difficult process,’’ said Lisa M. Rheault-Sliney, chairwoman of the commission. “All the nominees worked hard to make a positive impact on the city, but only a limited number could be chosen.



The award winners are:

Lovern Augustine, who advocates against domestic violence, coordinates collection of items for women and children affected by it, and was named Mrs. Ethnic New England and Mrs. World Ethnic International.


■Aisha Barlatier-Bonny, who worked with the Haitian Organization for the Advancement of Petit-Goave following the Haiti earthquake last year, and is a board member for Bridgewater State University’s graduate school and St. Joseph’s Manor Nursing Home in Brockton.


■Laronda Campbell started Brockton Youth Cheerleaders in 2001, helping it grow from 10 to 123 members. The team participates in Brockton’s annual holiday parade and performs in nursing homes, churches, and at community events.


■Nadia Gay, president of the Christ the King chapter of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, delivers food to needy families every Saturday, drives elderly parishioners to church, has served as a translator and advocate for Haitians living in Brockton, and volunteers teaching health education.


■Jill Wiley, administrator for the Brockton Cultural Council, is a volunteer at St. Paul’s Table, a local soup kitchen, and minister at Central United Methodist Church.


In addition, Kathleen Mary Mullen will be presented the 2011 Woman of Courage award. She has volunteered at Woman’s Place for five years to assist rape victims, volunteered at St. Paul’s Table, and is president of the Braintree Choral Society.


The awards will be presented at a breakfast at 10 a.m. at the Shaw’s Center, 1 Lexington Ave. Tickets to the event are $20 and are available at Rockland Trust locations throughout Brockton. Proceeds from ticket sales will fund scholarships for young Brockton women. For questions or information, call the mayor’s office at 508-580-7123 or visit www.brockton.ma.us.


“This award is a great way to honor residents who are working to make Brockton the best it can be,’’ Balzotti said. “It also works to inspire the next generation of future leaders to become active in their community, which is priceless.’’


HABITAT HOSTS CELEB NIGHT: Habitat for Humanity of Greater Plymouth hosted a fund-raising “Celebrity Night’’ Feb. 10 with state Representative Viriato Manuel “Vinny’’ deMacedo, at Alden Park Bar and Grill. Alden Park donated appetizers and gave those who ate there the option of donating five percent of their dinner tab to Habitat.


HISTORICAL SOCIETY HIGHLIGHTING MARION’S PAST: The Sippican Historical Society Museum, 139 Front St., Marion, has a new exhibit on the former Sippican Hotel and Casino. At the turn of the 20th century, the harborside resort hosted an elite clientele of politicians, literati, and business leaders. Among the guests were President and Mrs. Grover Cleveland, who had a summer home in town; author Henry James; illustrator Charles Dana Gibson; and actress Ethel Barrymore.



The exhibit includes images, documents, and objects from the resort, a Marion landmark in the Gilded Age. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and admission is free. For information, call 508-748-1116.


BUSINESS BRIEFS: Kristen DiFolco of Dedham was named a senior staff accountant at Kirkland Albrecht & Fredrickson LLC in Braintree. . . . Gerard F. Linskey of Marshfield has joined Scituate Federal Savings Bank as chief financial officer, bringing with him more than 30 years of banking experience. . . . Jeffrey Liebman was named president of Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton. He joins the hospital from Beth Israel Deaconess Healthcare in Needham, where he was president and chief executive officer since 2003. Before that, he held several senior executive positions. Good Samaritan is a member of Steward Healthcare System, the parent company of Caritas Christi Health Care.



Paul E. Kandarian can be reached at Kandarian@globe.com.


© Copyright 2011 Globe Newspaper Company.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

                                           City of Champions
                                           Lovern Augustine
   
Linda M. Balzotti- Mayor

Contact:

Lauren DeFilippo

Government and Communications Specialist

Phone: (508) 580-7123

Mobile: (508) 441-7404

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 11, 2011

Mayor Balzotti announces nominations are open for

Women of the Year

Women’s Commission now accepting nominees for 2011 awards

Brockton -- Mayor Linda M. Balzotti and the City of Brockton’s Commission on Women’s Issues are proud to announce that nominations for the 2011 Women of the Year Awards are now open.

“This award is a great way to honor residents who are working to make Brockton the best it can be,” said Balzotti. “It also works to inspire the next generation of future leaders to become active in their community, which is priceless.”

The woman being nominated must be age 16 or older, a Brockton resident, and someone who has made a significant contribution outside of their job to the Brockton community within the last year. Award recipients will be judged on their contributions made to residents of the Brockton community or the Brockton community in general.

Nomination forms are available on the city web site and in the Mayor’s Office located on the first floor of City Hall, 45 School St.

Nominations must be received by Friday, Feb. 11th, 2011.Please attach no more than a one page essay explaining why you are nominating this woman for the award.

No nomination will be accepted without a completed nomination form and attached essay. Email nomination forms and essays are preferred. Send all email nomination forms and essays to womenscommission@cobma.us.

The recipients of the Women of the Year Awards will be honored at the 2011 Women of the Year Award Breakfast scheduled for Saturday, March 5th at the Shaw’s Center, 1 Feinberg Way, Brockton.

For questions and/or further information concerning this event, please contact the Mayor’s Office at (508)-580-7123. You can also obtain additional information by visiting the City of Brockton’s web site at: www.brockton.ma.us