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JCF and CHASE Fund assist school

Published:Thursday | December 8, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Paulette Mitchell of the CHASE Fund engages the attention of students at the Eccleston Early Childhood Institution.
Paulette Mitchell (centre), project manager, CHASE Fund, tours one of the refurbished classrooms at the Eccleston Early Childhood Institution in Macca Tree, St Catherine, with (from left) Corporal Latoya Wheatle, Jamaica Constabulary Force; Zadie Graham, principal; Bishop Dr Gary Welsh, assistant commissioner of police; and Norda Seymour-Hall, acting director, regulations and monitoring at the Early Childhood Commission.
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The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Anti-Crime Initiative, in partnership with the Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education (CHASE) Fund has facilitated the renovation of the Eccleston Early Childhood Institution located in Macca Tree, St Catherine, at a cost of J$4.7 million.

The building was handed over recently, with a perimeter block fence in place, along with new play equipment and other renovation to the existing building, including a new roof, new windows, flooring, and upgraded kitchen facilities.