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Fraternity to host sports clubs symposium

Alpha Phi Alpha are set to host their 2017 Symposium this week at CedarBridge to focus on sports clubs in the wake of recent violence.

Among the panellists will be representatives from a number of sports clubs, including Somerset Cricket Club, St George's Cricket Club, Southampton Rangers Sports Club, Devonshire Colts, Pembroke Hamilton Club and North Village Community Club.

Alpha Phi Alpha president Dantae Williams said: “Regrettably, there have been a number of violent incidents that have happened at clubs in Bermuda.

“We're hoping to reopen the lines of communication and put our minds together to come up with solutions to get clubs to be the most productive they can be — serving the community as they intended on serving it and being a haven for our young people.”

The symposium will be held at the CedarBridge Cafetorium on Thursday, and is expected to start at 6pm.

Dantae Williams, president of Alpha Phi Alpha (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)

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Published March 07, 2017 at 2:30 pm (Updated March 07, 2017 at 2:30 pm)

Fraternity to host sports clubs symposium

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