Support for Earth Hour festivities

  • The green team: Earth Hour organisers (from left): Steve Skowyrski, Eugene Dean, Gordon Johnson, Jamil Rahemtula and Aran McKittrick. Their green shorts were donated by AS Cooper & Sons

    The green team: Earth Hour organisers (from left): Steve Skowyrski, Eugene Dean, Gordon Johnson, Jamil Rahemtula and Aran McKittrick. Their green shorts were donated by AS Cooper & Sons


Earth Hour festivities set for Saturday night have drawn support from across the Island, including Government, companies and charities.

The Earth Hour Council has spent “many months putting together a fantastic event for this Saturday”, a spokesman said. Beyond the host sponsor, Waterfront Properties, 18 organisations have thrown their sponsorship behind the celebration of sustainability, which commences at 8.30pm in Hamilton.

Among them are Axis, Appleby and BTC, whose contributions earned them the title of Earth Steward this year. Council members are:

•Eugene Dean — Chairman of Earth Hour Council

•Tanya Corbridge — Waterfront Properties, host sponsor

•Gordon Johnson — Chairman of Greenrock

•Aran McKittrick — Department of Energy

•Ashley Gillis — Run and Walk volunteer coordinator

•Kendaree Burgess — Bermuda Chamber of Commerce

•Zoe Mullholland — Corporation of Hamilton

•Keith DeSilva — Bermuda Timing Systems

•Jamil Rahemtula — Belco representative

•Carrie Thatcher — communications

•Steve Skowyrski — communications

•Lynniece Nisbett-Garnett — volunteer

•Rolisa Camille — volunteer

•Sakeena Talbolt — Victoria Place

•SaBryah Seymour- Mastermind Bermuda

•Paul Wilson — Trott & Duncan

•Harry Masters — Solar Bermuda

•Chris Backeberg — Member of the Board of Greenrock

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Published Mar 28, 2015 at 8:00 am (Updated Mar 28, 2015 at 1:16 am)

Support for Earth Hour festivities

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