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Students Get Help

Published:Thursday | September 29, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Food For The Poor Jamaica, through the generosity of United States-based donors Eight 4 World Hope, has constructed a new block of three classrooms for Davis Primary School in Old Harbour, St Catherine. Here,Andrew Carges (left), son of Kevin Carges (fourth right), founder of Eight 4 World Hope, and Sheniel Mitchell. head girl of Davis Primary School, cut the ribbon to officially open the second block of classrooms. Also witnessing this milestone achievement for the school were former principal L.J. Spencer-Jarrett and other representatives of the school community.
Karla Davis (left) and Danah Cameron (right), members of the public relations team at Jamaica Broilers Group, dressed in their high-school uniforms and Major (ret’d) Richard Cooke, president of the Joy Town Community Development Foundation, Trench Town, show some of the school supplies donated by Jamaica Broilers Group employees for students in Trench Town.