Digicel's 5K Night Run/Walk highlights

Published: Tuesday | October 23, 2012 Comments 0
Participants run during Digicel's 5K Night Run/Walk last Saturday.
Participants run during Digicel's 5K Night Run/Walk last Saturday.
Downtown Kingston came alive on Saturday as persons from all walks of life participated in Digicel's inaugural 5K Night Run/Walk, which was in aid of raising awareness of the special needs community in Jamaica. Below are highlights from the event.
Downtown Kingston came alive on Saturday as persons from all walks of life participated in Digicel's inaugural 5K Night Run/Walk, which was in aid of raising awareness of the special needs community in Jamaica. Below are highlights from the event.
Participants getting ready to start the Digicel 5K Night Run/ Walk in downtown Kingston last Saturday. Colin Hamilton/ photographer
Participants getting ready to start the Digicel 5K Night Run/ Walk in downtown Kingston last Saturday. Colin Hamilton/ photographer
This man pushes a wheelchair during the Digicel 5K Night Run/Walk, held in downtown Kingston last Saturday. - Colin Hamilton/photographer
This man pushes a wheelchair during the Digicel 5K Night Run/Walk, held in downtown Kingston last Saturday. - Colin Hamilton/photographer
Downtown Kingston came alive on Saturday as persons from all walks of life participated in Digicel's inaugural 5K Night Run/Walk, which was in aid of raising awareness of the special needs community in Jamaica. Below are highlights from the event.
Downtown Kingston came alive on Saturday as persons from all walks of life participated in Digicel's inaugural 5K Night Run/Walk, which was in aid of raising awareness of the special needs community in Jamaica. Below are highlights from the event.

THE BUZZ is continuing on the streets of downtown Kingston following the historic Digicel Foundation 5K Night Run/Walk, which took place last Saturday.

With thousands of persons on the streets of downtown Kingston and a carnival-type atmosphere, residents are continuing to applaud the telecommunications firm for the faith it has placed in the commercial district.


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