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Help for Jamaica's Brightest

Published:Monday | August 29, 2016 | 8:00 AM
Ruel Reid (centre), minister of education, youth and information, is welcomed by Richard Lake (left), Group CEO, Restaurant Associates Limited, and Lois Sherwood, its chairman, at the Burger King 2016 Scholarship Awards Ceremony at The Knutsford Court Hotel on August 25, 2016.
Howard Isaacs (right), president of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association, engages the three recipients of TANG GSAT Scholarships at the awards ceremony on Thursday, August 18, at The Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston. From left are: Roan Maye, Michaelia Nesbeth and Jessica Simms. Looking on is Tang Brand Manager Shellian Thompson.
Margaret Morris (left), wife of Albert ‘Bertie’ Morris, in whose honour a scholarship was named, presents and congratulates Britney Forbes (right) with the scholarship to attend university. Occasion was the JPS and Partners Co-operative Credit Union Limited 2016 Scholarships Awards Presentation. Looking on is Natalie Sparkes, president of the credit union. The presentation was held at The Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston on August 8.
The 2016 TANG GSAT Scholarship awardees are (from left) Roan Maye, Michaelia Nesbeth and Jessica Simms. Extending their congratulations are (from third left) Jo-Ann Causwell, national sales manager for Facey Commodity; Orville Butler, route-to-market manager, Mondelez/Kraft; Pernal Elliston, business development manager; and Shellian Thompson, brand manager for Tang. The students were awarded scholarships at a recent ceremony at The Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston.
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