During the past week MP Hamilton used the celebrations to visit and meet with residents from throughout his constituency, including those in Conaree, Cayon and St. Peters.
Included in the planned activities was a series of town hall meetings and church service at the Wesleyan Holiness Church in Conaree.
Participants from each sector of the constituency were present at the service and with great satisfaction Hamilton also welcomed former Minister Richard Caines who joined in the service for the second year running.
While making brief remarks at the church event, Hamilton took time to recognize one of the individuals who was recently identified as one of the Remarkable Teens of 2011.
At the town hall discussions, he is reported to have addressed important constituency and national issues. The PAM Deputy Leader spoke about the SIDF and what he called “the racket of the Government acting like a Mafia organization.” He spoke about the $11 million dollars that have been paid by the government “to pay a so called debt that was not on the books of the State and that was Statute Barred in the Federation.”
Feeling somewhat buoyed by the organized events, the parliamentarian said, “All events so far have been successful”.
A release initiated from his office stated that Mr. Hamilton is already setting his sights on another term, as he took the time to address some electoral matters and answer questions from the floor, during the town hall meetings.
He also asked for the guidance of the holy-spirit as he carries out the will of his constituents.
Hamilton was supported in these initiatives by party Chairman, Mr. McClure Taylor.