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Published:Thursday | May 28, 2015 | 12:00 AM
The Best Dressed Chicken duo of Johann and Andriene Cover has a little fun while participating in the Labour of Love project at Polly Ground Primary School in Ewarton, St Catherine. The project included replacing mesh doors, installing new fixtures and kitchen equipment and repainting walls.
Digicel’s Trisha Williams-Singh, in her role as chairman of the board of her alma mater New Forest Primary, Junior High and Infant School, preps an area for painting during the massive clean-up and painting exercise at the school on Labour Day.
The hard-working staff members of Flow after their all-day Labour Day project at the Cornwall Court Kiddies Park in Montego Bay on Monday.
The Rev Ronald Thwaites (centre), minister of education and member of parliament for Central Kingston, shares pleasantries with ICD’s Stacey Hines-Walker (left), group strategic planner, and Judith Bruce, group human resources director, on a visit to the ICD Group’s Labour Day Project in his constituency on Labour Day. More than 60 employees of the ICD Group participated in the renovation of Parade Park, a children’s park established by ICD to serve thousands of children of Parade Gardens and its surrounding communities in downtown Kingston.
Avadaugn Sinclair, marketing manager, The Best Dressed Chicken, is all smiles as she ‘labours in love’ at Polly Ground Primary School, Ewarton, St Catherine.
Members of Flow’s corporate communications team, Samantha Morris, communications consultant, and sponsorship and PR executive Garfene Grandison lend a helping hand at the recent Labour Day activity at the Cornwall Court Kiddies Park in Montego Bay.

Corporate Jamaica dropped their gadgets and formal attire as they got down on dirty for charity across the island. Today SOMETHING EXTRA says hats off to a few of those hardworking individuals we got a glimpse of, here is your daily dose.