St Jude Hospital Bazaar Hailed a Resounding Success

Press Release:-The St Jude Hospital Bazaar has been hailed a resounding success. Hundreds of people from throughout the island converged on the George Odlum Stadium on Sunday for the event which was held to raise funds for the southern based healthcare institution.

Organizers hope the bazaar will reclaim its place on the annual calendar of activities in Vieux Fort, following a hiatus stemming from the devastating fire of September 9, 2009.

There were absolutely no reported incidents associated with the St Jude Hospital Bazaar.

Patrons began arriving well before the advertised 6:00AM start time to take advantage of the flea market where they  were able to purchase a wide variety of new and used items including, crafts, clothing, jewelry as well as unique gift accessories, that were sold for as little as fifty cents.

The Bazaar made a seamless transition later in the day to include entertainment activities for children and adults. For the children, there was trampoline, bouncy castle, lucky dip, horseback riding, cherry tree and face painting, among others.

Adults got a chance to win cash prizes through an exciting Bingo game that included a jackpot draw of $1000.00.

Later in the evening, the large crowd was entertained with performances by a number of popular artists from the south. That segment of the event which was headlined by Gratta was hosted MC Scady and also featured DJ Reds.

On May 30th, 2017 St Jude Hospital will host a grand raffle with attractive prizes such as round trip airline tickets, hotel stays, appliances and more. Tickets for the raffle are available for purchase at the Hospital.

Organizers will later this week hold a post mortem of the event with a view to making it even bigger and better next year.

St Jude Hospital thanks the general public for the love and support demonstrated by their attendance on Sunday. The hospital also thanks the sponsors who contributed so generously to the Bazaar thereby leading to its overwhelming success.




  1. Anonymous
    May 6, 2017 at 3:40 pm

    I am very pleased that your media has toned down their rethoric from sex, crime and violence to a more positive note. I believe that St. Lucian deserves better than that. The tendency of the controlled mostly white media, or a small elite has the tendency to give the impression that whereever blacks are in the majority that the country is violent, unstable and crime ridden. Keep up the good work on this. I may even take a trip to your beautiful country.

  2. Anonymous
    May 6, 2017 at 6:23 pm

    That’s gud to hear. I feel they should work on bringing bk the rides though