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Sandals Foundation volunteers from Sandals and Beaches Negril pose for a group photo with Santa Claus (Beaches Negril's Dadrian Thompson) and his elf (Beaches Negril's Mitsy Dyer) during a Christmas treat at the Churchill Primary School on Monday, December 8. Sandals Negril guests Steve Havlin (second left, back row) and Dawn Mills (right, kneeling at front) also joined in the occasion. Approximately 13,000 children across the Caribbean will receive gifts through 90 Christmas treats being staged by the Sandals Foundation this festive season.
Beaches Negril's Oshane 'O'Brian' Mills switched his entertainment coordinator role for that of Santa Claus during the Sandals Foundation's Christmas Treat held at the Lucea Christian Fellowship Basic School on Wednesday, December 10, 2014. Joining him are Sandals Negril's Carlene Campbell (right), who played his helpful elf, and Ashadee Fogo (left). With them is student Khamoya Clarke.
Management trainees Orena Nurse (left) of Beaches Negril and Kent D'Hayle of Sandals Negril were among several Sandals Foundation volunteers who visited the Mount Airy All Age School to host a Christmas treat for more than 500 students, who received...
Workshop trainer at Unique Vacations Limited, Iesha Hibbert (second left), with husband Richard and daughter Tamoy (right) at the Sandals Foundation's Christmas treat, held on Monday, December 15, at the West End Early Childhood Institution. The Hibbert family joined Santa Claus (Sandals Negril's landscaping manager Augustus Smith) and several other Sandals Foundation volunteers in bringing cheer to more than 180 children at the school. At front are kindergarteners Mia Jarrett and Nylah Spence (left).
Students at the Green Island Primary School were in for a treat with the management and staff of RIU Resorts, who hosted a Christmas treat at the school on Monday. Pictured are (from left) Vaccianna Mosely, the school's principal; RIU's Sandy Clarke, assistant entertainment manager; Vanessa Fernández, general manager, RIU Club Hotel; Rose Skinner, human resources director; and general manager, RIU Tropical Bay; and Juan Blanco. Seated is Santa Claus, Marcel Wolstein, production manager, RIU Tropical Bay.-Photo by Janet Silvera
The RIU team poses after a long day of feeding and gifting more than 500 students at Green Island Primary in Hanover on Monday.-Photo by Janet Silvera

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