Grenada's Opposition Leader welcomed by Nationals and friends of Grenada in New York

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Earl Chin, owner of Nakisaki Restaurant which for many years hosted events comprising of local residents and national leaders in Long Island stated “I always looked forward to meeting  Dr. Mitchell” He also stated to Dr. Mitchell “As a businessman, I identify and believe in your vision for economic stability.”  In addition, Wellington Sharpe, a Jamaican seeking a seat in the New York State Senate also echoed the same theme. He stated “Dr. Mitchell’s record of promoting peace, stability and economic progress for his people is a vision that I hope to emulate.”

Following the Dinner, Dr. Mitchell mingled and laughed with friends and supporters and at the same time took the opportunity to encourage them all to join him at a Town hall meeting on September 12th, 2010 4PM at the Mahalia Jackson Middle School (790 East New York Avenue (Between Troy and Schenectady Ave) Brooklyn, New York where he will outline his vision for peace, stability and progress for Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. In an effort to keep Grenadians all over the world informed, the meeting will be carried live on radio stations both in the US and Grenada and will be video streamed on our party's website http://www.nnpnews.com

Dr. Mitchell will "meet and greet" Grenadians on September 3rd, attend a Pre-Labor Day Brunch on September 5th, Play Dominoes on September 11th with friends and address the Town hall meeting on September 12th, 2010. Following these activities, Dr. Mitchell will travel to Toronto on September 17th where he will attend a Luncheon and address another Townhall meeting at Ellas Banquet Hall

Dr. Mitchell returns to New York on September 22nd where he will meet with all NNP Support groups bringing an end to his Diaspora tour on September 25th with a Barbecue.

The Opposition Leader is expected to return to Grenada at the end of September.