Crafts for 'Journey of Champions'

Published: Saturday | March 24, 2012 Comments 0
These students from St Catherine Primary and Holy Childhood high schools are busy making postcards for their favourite athletes, guided by Paulette Benjie, senior librarian, St Catherine Parish Library (right), and Dionne Barnett (left).
These students from St Catherine Primary and Holy Childhood high schools are busy making postcards for their favourite athletes, guided by Paulette Benjie, senior librarian, St Catherine Parish Library (right), and Dionne Barnett (left).
Let's see who finishes first. (From left) Xandrea Rodney making for Usain, Lisa Simone making for Yohan Blake and Mia Donegal, making for Veronica Campbell-Brown.
Let's see who finishes first. (From left) Xandrea Rodney making for Usain, Lisa Simone making for Yohan Blake and Mia Donegal, making for Veronica Campbell-Brown.

Below are scenes from students of St Catherine Primary as well as Holy Childhood High engaged in making crafts at the St Catherine Parish Library in Spanish Town recently. The crafts will form part of a display to be exhibited at the Scotiabank-Gleaner 'Journey of Champions' roving exhibition when it reaches the Kingstin and St. Andrew Parish Library on June 27 to July 13.

(1) These students from St Catherine Primary and Holy Childhood high schools are busy making postcards for their favourite athletes, guided by Paulette Benjie, senior librarian, St Catherine Parish Library (right), and Dionne Barnett (left).

(2) Let's see who finishes first. (From left) Xandrea Rodney making for Usain, Lisa Simone making for Yohan Blake and Mia Donegal, making for Veronica Campbell-Brown.

(3) "How does this look, Miss?" Gabrielle Simmonds of St Catherine Primary asks Dionne Barnett, rural development librarian, St Catherine Parish Library.

Photos by Karen Sudu

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