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Kiwanis celebrates 26 years and counting

Published:Thursday | September 10, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Some of the distinguished presidents of the club cutting the 26th anniversary cake.
Natalie Grant (right) director Kiwanis Club of New Kingston hands a scholarship grant to Angel Goldson, from Denham Town High while her mother Charmaine Goldson (second left), faculty adviser in her builders club, Linette Davis (left) and president Carmen Delisser Brown looks on at the Kiwanis Club of New Kingston annual awards function.
Entertainer Gary White serenading President Carmen Delisser Brown’s two advisers for the October 2014 - September 2015 year - Distinguished President Claudette Carter (left), and Lieutenant Governor Designate Beverley Thompson.
Sharon Williams is all smiles for our lens.
Distinguished Lieutenant Governor Gerthlyn Reid-Holman (left) shares a photo op with President Carmen Delisser Brown.
From left: Judith Douglas, Eleanor Jones and Valerie Crawford were caught on camera while deep in conversation.
Paulette Kirkland, President Elect Designate converse with student leaders Gabrielle Stewart president of the Immaculate Key Club (right) and Shakira Mills governor of Jamaica Key Club district.

Hard work does pay off when associated with the Kiwanis Club of New Kingston.

As a part of the club's 26th Anniversary celebrations, a number of dedicated individuals were awarded for their hard work at the club's annual awards and honours function last Wednesday at the ICAJ Office Building on Ruthven Road, Kingston.

Students, members of the media, and corporate entities, were recognised for their invaluable service to the club for the year 2014-2015.

The presentations were made before the cutting of the 26th Anniversary cake by some of the past distinguished presidents of the club.

The Kiwanis Club of New Kingston is the first all-female club in the Kiwanis movement in Jamaica, under the principles of Kiwanis International.

Guests were served a plethora of delicious hors d'oeuvres while being entertained by Gary White.