Vice Chairmain Candy Herwin

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Name: Candy Herwin Vice Chairmain
Date registered: November 25, 2013


Vice Chairman of the Turks and Caicos Preservation Foundation, Creator of the show "Spotlight on the TCI Cultural Heritage" on PTV and WIV interviewing the TCI elders for stories of times before electricity and tourism, Facebook - Spotlight on Salt Cay (please join)

Latest posts

  1. Happy Birthday Ma Dookie — January 16, 2015
  2. Sweet Melvina Simmons RIP — December 5, 2014
  3. Archives from the District Commissioners basement — December 2, 2014
  4. Earl Talbot Storyteller — October 14, 2014
  5. Last Salt Raker Standing — June 18, 2011

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Happy Birthday Ma Dookie

Post by Candy Herwin.

Sweet Melvina Simmons RIP

Post by Candy Herwin.

Archives from the District Commissioners basement

In the summer of 2014 the basement at the DC’s office underwent a ‘cleanup’. With permission, some of the old records were rescued and carefully cleaned and scanned by Candy Herwin. The papers were filthy, very brittle and not at all easy to work with. Here are some samples from a box, showing tidbits of the salt industry in …

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Earl Talbot Storyteller

Post by Candy Herwin.

Last Salt Raker Standing

When Spanish sea captain Juan de Bermudez first set foot on the shore of Bermuda so named after him, little did he know the repercussions of his discovery and how it would influence and set in motion the future economy and lifestyle of the Turks and Caicos Islands some 740 miles away.. The early pioneers …

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Ms. Ona Glinton

Civic Leader and Educator of the TCI   I will always remember Ona Glinton as a warm, bubbly well spoken fascinating lady. The day I sat down with her in Grand Turk she made me a cup of tea and shared a sponge cake as she recounted tales of growing up in Grand Turk and …

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Environment Club : Some Stones are Worth Turning Over!

What a fascinating informative talk to the members of the ‘Environment Club’ by Dr.Donald Keith on ‘The best ways to preserve the remarkable ‘Sapodilla Stones’ located on the Southen most point of Providenciales.These stones without a doubt represent an era in time and contribute to the Islands cultural and Historic Heritage… Each stone has been …

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