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Corporates help Education

Published:Thursday | February 26, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Chairman of the Digicel Foundation, Jean Lowrie Chin (centre), and executive director of Food For The Poor, David Mair (second right), cut the ribbon to declare the greenhouse at The Manning’s School officially open. With them are Richard Washington (left), head of the school’s Agricultural Science Department; Megan Berry, acting principal; Taylor McKenzie, top agricultural science student (partly hidden), and Laroy Graham, head boy of the school.
Students, along with (back row, from left) Saffrey Brown, general manager, JN Foundation; Kathleen Jones, principal; and David Mair, executive director of Food For The Poor Jamaica, pose before the new sanitation block for Bois Content Primary School in St Catherine.