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Jamaica Broilers toasts St Catherine teachers

Published:Monday | May 23, 2016 | 12:53 AM
Dr Claudette Cooke (second left), vice-president for human resources and public relations at Jamaica Broilers Group, greets Diana Bryan-Salmon (left) of Spring Village All-Age School as waitress Sashenee Batchelor (second right) serves drinks at the company’s Teachers’ Day luncheon held at Caymanas Golf and Country Club.At right is Karla Davis of Jamaica Broilers.
From left: Dr Fred Hanley, technical/research and development manager at Best Dressed Feed Mill; Dr Claudette Cooke, vice-president, human resources and public relations, Jamaica Broilers Group; and Joan Forrest-Henry, divisional sales and marketing manager, Best Dressed Chicken, at the luncheon for teachers.

IT WAS a ‘first class’ experience for 150 teachers from St Catherine who were treated to a Teachers’ Day Luncheon by the Jamaica Broilers Group at the Caymanas Golf and Country Club.

Luncheon activities included white-glove waiter service, spot prizes and surprises, ‘hot stepper’ shoe competition for female teachers and the spiffy-tie contest for male teachers. A grand time was had by all.