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Jamaica Broilers gives $300,000 to Clifton Boys' Home

Published:Thursday | April 27, 2017 | 4:00 AM
Danah Cameron (left), Group Public Relations & Training Officer at Jamaica Broilers Group presents a symbolic cheque for $300,000 to Canon Hartley Perrin, Chairman of the Clifton Boys Home, while P. J. Patterson (right), former Prime Minister and former Member of Parliament for Eastern Westmoreland looks on. The presentation took place on Monday, April 24 at Heis Consults, in the R. Danny Williams Building, New Kingston. The funds donated by the Jamaica Broilers Group will go towards the rebuilding of the Clifton Boys Home in Darliston, Westmoreland, which has been destroyed by fire. Since then the boys have been housed at the Assemblies of Holiness Church, in the adjoining district of Caledonia. *** Local Caption *** CONTRIBUTED Danah Cameron (left), Group Public Relations & Training Officer at Jamaica Broilers Group presents a symbolic cheque for $300,000 to Canon Hartley Perrin, Chairman of the Clifton Boys Home, while P. J. Patterson (right), former Prime Minister and former Member of Parliament for Eastern Westmoreland looks on. The presentation took place on Monday, April 24 at Heis Consults, in the R. Danny Williams Building, New Kingston. The funds donated by the Jamaica Broilers Group will go towards the rebuilding of the Clifton Boys Home in Darliston, Westmoreland, which has been destroyed by fire. Since then the boys have been housed at the Assemblies of Holiness Church, in the adjoining district of Caledonia. *** Local Caption *** CONTRIBUTED Danah Cameron (left), group public relations & training officer at Jamaica Broilers Group presents a symbolic cheque for $300,000 to Canon Hartley Perrin, chairman of the Clifton Boys' Home, Darliston, Westmoreland, while P. J. Patterson, (right), former prime minister and former member of parliament for Eastern Westmoreland looks on. The presentation took place on Monday at Heis Consults, in the R. Danny Williams Building, New Kingston. The funds donated by the Jamaica Broilers Group will go towards the rebuilding of the Clifton Boys' Home which has been destroyed by fire. Since then the boys have been housed at the Assemblies of Holiness Church, in the adjoining district of Caledonia.