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Posted by:Apr 8th 2006, 11:13:44 am
KaypsaThank you all for your kind words!

I feel that we all have a part to play in making The Bahamas better, no matter how small, it all adds up and "if" it comes from the heart, it will translate and hopefully make a difference today or for the next generation.

We must not just take, but remember to freely give. Also, in order to see where we are going, we must remember the past and step up bolding instead of waiting to be "asked to do something." We have a beautiful country, but we can not take it for granted. The question is, how can we help to preserve it and make things better for our future. I am just doing whatever I can to help.

But, thanks for your kind words.



Posted by:Apr 7th 2006, 10:39:11 pm
KimberlyCongratulations, Kayleaser ... we always knew that you were made of the "right stuff"! Grandma Alice would be so proud!

Thanks so much for giving back. Your excellent example of how to give back to one's community will show the way for an entire generation.

See you soon
Posted by:Apr 7th 2006, 12:36:03 pm
briland's best"Thanks" goes out to this young Bahamian woman for not only exhibiting pride in her homeland while abroad, but, dutifully educating the wider community in doing likewise, and additionally, assisting in preserving this beautiful land! We truly need to step back and see "what it is" we have been blessed with naturally, so we don't curse it through our ignorance. Let us all keep making the Bahamas better by protecting what it is naturally! It is "our environment" so therefore, it is "our duty" to preserve it! "Lift up your heads" all we Bahamians! Be proud of our country, and let our country be proud of us! God bless you Kayleaser Moss! Nothing but the best!
Posted by:Mar 20th 2006, 03:01:37 pm
Briland's Kayleaser P. Moss Produces Special on Coastal Awareness

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Bahamians everywhere are joining the effort of promoting the importance of preserving and protecting the Bahamas’ unique coastlines. News Specials and Events Producer for Fox News Channel in New York, Kayleaser P. Moss, recently traveled back to Nassau to produce a program on the important issues affecting our coasts. The 12-minute special entitled “Bahamas Coastal Awareness” will air locally in April as part of the National Coastal Awareness Month campaign.

At the invitation of the Coastal Awareness Committee, a group of stakeholders from the private and public sectors formed to heighten the public’s awareness of preserving our coastlines. Ms. Moss produced the special together with editor Kareem Mortimer of TaylorMade Productions. The trip was also sponsored by JetBlue Airlines, Avis Car Rentals, The Bahamas Hotel Association: Comfort Suites and the Wyndham Nassau Resort.

The “Bahamas Coastal Awareness” program illustrates the problems affecting our coastlines and highlights the need to protect the biodiversity that is unique to the Bahamas, an issue Ms. Moss feels strongly about.

“As a Bahamian, it was very important to me to offer any assistance I can to help promote coastal awareness,” said Kayleaser. “It was a pleasure to produce this program. I hope that as people watch, they gain a greater insight into the incredibly beautiful and precious natural resources of our islands and become part of the effort to preserve what is ours to inherit.”

Kayleaser P. Moss began her career in New York at the Bahamas Ministry of Foreign Affairs working as the Secretary to the Consul General. She is also an Actress, and holds an MFA from the Prestigious Actors Studio, New York. She has performed on the New York Stage and Television. In 2000, she became a part of the Fox News Live Coordinating Producers. In 2002 she was promoted to Associate/Field Producer on the Broadcast Network’s weekly show “The Pulse” recapping the American Idol segments. In her current position as Special Events Producer, for Fox News Channel she has covered many important events including the Alito Supreme Court Confirmation hearings, The Royal Wedding: Charles & Camilla, The Funeral of Ronald Reagan and 911 Commission Hearings, The Inaugural Iraqi Elections and the 2004 Presidential Election, just to name a few.

“We are grateful to Kayleaser for her tremendous contribution to Coastal Awareness Month,” said Earlston McPhee, Chairman of the Coastal Awareness Committee. “This program is well-produced and offers a very important message. It is such a pleasure to see Bahamians using their time and talents to help in this important national initiative.”

“Every year, the Bahamas welcomes millions of visitors from around the world. The attractiveness of our natural resources keep them interested in the Bahamian tourism product. Their interest in turn, helps to sustain the Bahamian economy and the livelihood of many Bahamians,” added Kayleaser. “It is incumbent on not only the government but all Bahamians to help care for their environment.”

During April, which has been officially declared “Coastal Awareness Month” by the Prime Minister, the Coastal Awareness Committee will also hold events including A National Church Service, television programmes, a National T-Shirt Day, a Marine Exhibition, Beach Restoration Projects, radio and newspaper advertisements and educational field trips. All events are sponsored by private and government agencies.

For more information or to become a sponsor of Coastal Awareness Month please contact Earlston McPhee at 356-6967/63/38.

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