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Basic schools to get goodies

Published:Friday | September 6, 2013
Deika Morrison (left), founder of Do Good Jamaica, along with Butch Hendrickson of National Bakery (centre), and Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon of the Mustard Seed Communities look at some of the items that will be included in the learning packages to be distributed to the Mustard Seed Communities, and schools islandwide.
Members of the staff of National Bakery, on Tuesday, pack boxes with learning packages donated by Crayons Count. The packages will be distributed to the Mustard Seed Communities, and also to schools islandwide.
Members of the staff of National Bakery, on Tuesday, pack boxes with learning packages donated by Crayons Count. - PHOTOS BY Ricardo Makyn/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
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More than 2,000 basic schools across the island are set to receive 3,000 boxes filled with school materials.

The materials, which are donated by Deika Morrison, founder of Do Good Jamaica, include crayons, blocks for literacy, play dough and puzzles, among other tools. Today, we bring highlights of the packaging process.