Tiffany Harsford; Movember winner, Robert Quarless and Chevaughn Joseph from the "Just Because" Children's Foundation

It was a day for champions, as Cher-Mere presented prizes to the winners of its Pinktober/Movember cancer awareness competition entitled, “Cancer Sucks, But You Rock” at its Cipriani Boulevard Spa on Saturday December 28, 2019.

Proceeds from its “Tea for a Cause” fundraiser, held on November 24, 2019 at its Roberston Street, San Fernando Spa, were also distributed to three NGO’s, whose work impact positively in the fight against cancer. They are:

  • “Just Because” Children’s Foundation
  • Pink Patrol and
  • The Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society

Pinktober winner, Anicia Ramcharan and Movember winner, Robert Quarless received prizes valued at over $2,000 for their participation in the promotion held during the months of October and November, 2019, as part of Cher-Mere’s “Community Care” program to raise awareness about cancer.


From left: Cher-Mere Promotions Manager, Janelle Wiltshire; Cher-Mere co-founder Dr Aba Mortley; Head of Pink Patrol, Senior Superintendent Patsy Joseph and Cher-Mere founder and Managing Director, Cheryl Bowles.

Senior Superintendent, Patsy Joseph, Head of the Pink Patrol was presented with a special Champion Warrior Award for her ongoing efforts to highlight breast cancer awareness throughout the country.

Cher-Mere is committed to continuing in its drive to make a positive impact on communities through events such as these in 2020 and beyond.


THE Opposition United National Congress (UNC) is calling for the removal of National Security Minister Stuart Young, calling him “a danger to democracy” over his claims of a conspiracy afoot to destabilise the country through crime.

“MY brothers were not any drug pushers, drug dealers or any of the bad things they are trying to paint them as. They (referring to National Security Minister Stuart Young) talking crap.