Christmas joy

Published: Sunday | December 22, 2013 Comments 0
Visually impaired Rudolph Daley (left) is all smiles as he accepts a gift bag with food from Fay Francis- Campbell, woman district constable and leader of the Hannah Town Police Youth Club, during the club's annual treat at the Hannah Town community centre yesterday.
Visually impaired Rudolph Daley (left) is all smiles as he accepts a gift bag with food from Fay Francis- Campbell, woman district constable and leader of the Hannah Town Police Youth Club, during the club's annual treat at the Hannah Town community centre yesterday.
University of Technology (UTech) marketing seminar final-year students cheer on children from the City of Refuge Children's Home participating in sporting activities during the school's annual Christmas treat for the home at UTech yesterday.-photos by Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer
University of Technology (UTech) marketing seminar final-year students cheer on children from the City of Refuge Children's Home participating in sporting activities during the school's annual Christmas treat for the home at UTech yesterday.-photos by Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer
Getting ready for the bounceabout: An adult stands guard as the children prepare for more fun at a Christmas treat put on by the Civic Committee of the St Andrew North Police Division yesterday. -Gladstone Taylor/Photographer
Getting ready for the bounceabout: An adult stands guard as the children prepare for more fun at a Christmas treat put on by the Civic Committee of the St Andrew North Police Division yesterday. -Gladstone Taylor/Photographer

The true meaning of Christmas has been in the air all week as Jamaicans from all walks of life shared whatever they could with the less fortunate.

Yesterday was no different as scores of entities and individuals staged Christmas treats across the island.








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