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More GSAT Achievers rewarded by LIME, Gleaner

Published:Monday | September 8, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Gleaner Editor-in-Chief Garfield Grandison, Terri-Karelle Reid (second left), Gleaner Online brand manager, and Karen Phillips (right), head of advertising and marketing operations at LIME, congratulate Krishna Davidson on her success at the Grade Six Achievement Test.
Dwyane Dennis (centre), flanked by his grandparents Seymour Williams (second left) and Sonia Williams (second right), is overjoyed after receiving his new tablet. Sharing in the moment are Terri-Karelle Reid (left) and Karen Phillips.
Aaron Barnett shows off his new tablet with Terri-Karelle Reid (left), Karen Phillips (right) and his mother, Brenda Brown.

Three of the four youngsters who successfully completed this year's Grade Six Achievement Test and were selected for special mention among the LIME-Gleaner 18 Achievers came by the newspaper's North Street offices in Kingston last week to collect their reward.

The high school-bound students - Aaron Barrett, Krishna Davidson, and Dwayne Dennis - were overjoyed to receive tablets from LIME and complimentary online subscriptions from The Gleaner, which will allow them and their parents to keep abreast of the news.

The fourth student selected for special mention, Jade Normalae Simmonds, when she comes in, will be the 18th student rewarded for their GSAT successes under difficult circumstances.

The LIME-Gleaner 18 Achievers were selected in recognition of the fifth anniversary of LIME's Skool AID and The Gleaner's 180th year informing the nation.