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A couple new centenarians on Montserrat

His Excellency the Governor Adrian Davis visits with Mr. Charles “St. Kitts” Pike at the Golden Years Home.

GIU – Montserrat this week celebrated with Mrs. Beatrice Allen and Mr. Charles ‘St. Kitts’ Pike as they became the fifth and sixth persons on island 100 years and over.

St. Kitts, who got his name because of his island of birth, turned 100 on Saturday, January 7. He received visits from His Excellency the Governor Adrian Davis and Premier, the Hon. Reuben T. Meade at the Golden Years Home where he resides.

Premier, the Hon. Reuben T. Meade and his son Gatrick celebrated with Mr. Charles “St. Kitts” Pike on his 100th birthday.

Governor Davis and his wife Sujue, visited the home and sang along to the birthday song. The Queen’s official birthday card will follow, the governor told Mr. Pike. Premier Meade congratulated him on his achievement and presented him with a fruit basket.

Pike credits his long life to his faith in God. He was also visited by Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Easton Taylor Farrell.

Minister of Community Services Hon. Colin Riley dropped by to wish Mrs. Beatrice Allen Happy Birthday.

On Tuesday, Mrs. Beatrice Allen turned 100 with four generations of her family in attendance. Grandchildren and great grand-children travelled in from Canada, the Caribbean, UK and the US to wish her well and to attend a church service and reception in her honour. Claudia Ewan-Davis, one of her granddaughters said about 70 family members have come home for the celebration.

Allen was also visited by the premier and Minister of Community Services Hon. Colin Riley on Tuesday.

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His Excellency the Governor Adrian Davis visits with Mr. Charles “St. Kitts” Pike at the Golden Years Home.

GIU – Montserrat this week celebrated with Mrs. Beatrice Allen and Mr. Charles ‘St. Kitts’ Pike as they became the fifth and sixth persons on island 100 years and over.

St. Kitts, who got his name because of his island of birth, turned 100 on Saturday, January 7. He received visits from His Excellency the Governor Adrian Davis and Premier, the Hon. Reuben T. Meade at the Golden Years Home where he resides.

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Premier, the Hon. Reuben T. Meade and his son Gatrick celebrated with Mr. Charles “St. Kitts” Pike on his 100th birthday.

Governor Davis and his wife Sujue, visited the home and sang along to the birthday song. The Queen’s official birthday card will follow, the governor told Mr. Pike. Premier Meade congratulated him on his achievement and presented him with a fruit basket.

Pike credits his long life to his faith in God. He was also visited by Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Easton Taylor Farrell.

Minister of Community Services Hon. Colin Riley dropped by to wish Mrs. Beatrice Allen Happy Birthday.

On Tuesday, Mrs. Beatrice Allen turned 100 with four generations of her family in attendance. Grandchildren and great grand-children travelled in from Canada, the Caribbean, UK and the US to wish her well and to attend a church service and reception in her honour. Claudia Ewan-Davis, one of her granddaughters said about 70 family members have come home for the celebration.

Allen was also visited by the premier and Minister of Community Services Hon. Colin Riley on Tuesday.