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Christophe Harbour Blog

Nevis Triathlon Planned for November 10

By Katherine Verano in Adventure, Events, St. Kitts, Wellness

Our sister island Nevis only 2 miles across The Narrows from St. Kitts holds a world of oportunities for adventure - from climbing the beautiful rainforests up to Nevis Peak to soaking in the historic natural mineral baths. One of the most exciting events of the year is the annual Nevis Triathlon, held every November. This year's event is planned for Saturday, November 10, 2018 and the 2019 event will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2019.  

Swim in the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. Cycle on a bike course which goes around the entire Caribbean island of Nevis. Complete the run on a course which includes road, trail and beach. The race course is as beautiful and scenic as it is...

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Christophe Harbour Donates $20,000 USD Towards Purchase of New Ambulance for JNF General Hospital

By Katherine Verano in Christophe Harbour Foundation, Community, Wellness

Medical Chief of Staff at JNF General Hospital Dr. Cameron Wilkinson (center) thanks the Christophe Harbour Foundation for their generous donation of $20,000 USD towards the purchase of a new ambulance for the hospital in Basseterre. Photo by SKNIS. 

The Christophe Harbour Foundation is pleased to partner with The Ministry of Health, in collaboration with Windsor University School of Medicine and Dr. Cameron Wilkinson, Medical Chief of Staff at Joseph Nathaniel France (JNF) General Hospital in Basseterre to support the purchase of a new ambulance for the hospital.

The Foundation donated $20,000 USD towards the purchase of the ambulance, an effort that was recognized at a fundraising event held at The St. Kitts Marriott on Saturday, July 22. Several...

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Pogson Medical Centre Receives Medical Equipment from the Christophe Harbour Foundation

By Katherine Verano in Christophe Harbour Foundation, St. Kitts, Wellness

The Pogson Medical Centre in Sandy Point received several pieces of medical equipment and supplies from the Christophe Harbour Foundation.

The supplies were presented during a brief handover ceremony to the Deputy Prime Minister Shawn Richards, who officially handed them over to Minister of Health Senator Wendy Phipps.

The ceremony was attended by Deputy Prime Minister Shawn Richard; Senator Wendy Phipps, minister with responsibility for health; Mrs. Tammy Darby representing the Christophe Harbour Foundation; Matron Sonia Daly-Finlay; Operations Manager Gail Cranston and personnel from the medical center.

Mrs. Darby had her daughter, daughter-in-law and two grandsons share in the handover ceremony to illustrate how their dedication spans generations and that the Christophe Harbour Foundation has a long-term...

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Game. Set. Match. The newest Christophe Harbour amenity

By Katherine Verano in Adventure, Community, Wellness

Christophe Harbour Members and guests can now enjoy a little friendly competition on our newest amenity. Our new AGILE turf tennis court is a short walk from The Pavilion beach club and from our private Caribbean residences in Sandy Bank Bay. It's been fun watching our Members play and even more fun seeing them discuss the results of their "friendly" wagers over a winning Marpo cocktail at The Pavilion bar post-match. 

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Yoga at The Beach House to benefit Hospitalized Children

By admin in Christophe Harbour Foundation, Wellness

More than 80 yogis from across St. Kitts gathered at the Beach House on November 24th for a morning of yoga practice to raise money and help provide comfort to hospitalized children.

From 6:00 a.m. until noon, The Beach House was transformed into an outdoor seaside studio and a variety of teachers led the group through a journey focused on mind, body, and soul. The event concluded with lunch provided by Chef Damien Heaney, with special vegan and gluten-free offerings.

The proceeds from the event benefit Ross University’s Josh and Friends Project, which will enable this organization to continue to give back to the children of St. Kitts who are hospitalized in the pediatric ward of the Joseph N....

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