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Krisan Chantae Ennis, an upper-sixth-form student at deCarteret College and deputy youth mayor of Mandeville, was acknowledged for service to the youth, which includes donating more than 144 chickens and the required feed to the Caribbean Christian Centre
Krisan Chantae Ennis, an upper-sixth-form student at deCarteret College and deputy youth mayor of Mandeville, was acknowledged for service to the youth, which includes donating more than 144 chickens and the required feed to the Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf.
Khadine ‘Miss Kitty’ Hylton, media practitioner and attorney-at-law, celebrates after being presented with the special 30th anniversary Governor General’s Achievement Award for the county of Surrey in recognition of her outstanding community service,
Khadine ‘Miss Kitty’ Hylton, media practitioner and attorney-at-law, celebrates after being presented with the special 30th anniversary Governor General’s Achievement Award for the county of Surrey in recognition of her outstanding community service, including an annual blood drive and scholarship programme for needy students.
Dressed in a purple power suit and sequinned mask, Khadine ‘Miss Kitty’ Hylton (right), bumps elbows with Sir Patrick Allen, governor general of Jamaica.
Dressed in a purple power suit and sequinned mask, Khadine ‘Miss Kitty’ Hylton (right), bumps elbows with Sir Patrick Allen, governor general of Jamaica.
Resident at the Cornwall Regional Hospital in St James, Dr Chris Parchment, proudly displays  his award. He was recognised for offering free medical care in his community of George’s Plain in Westmoreland, which he continues to do every weekend.
Resident at the Cornwall Regional Hospital in St James, Dr Chris Parchment, proudly displays his award. He was recognised for offering free medical care in his community of George’s Plain in Westmoreland, which he continues to do every weekend.
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Three Jamaicans were presented with the special 30th anniversary Governor General’s Achievement Awards (GGAA) during a ceremony held at King’s House last Thursday. Dr Chris Kevin Parchment from the county of Cornwall, Krisan Ennis from Middlesex, and Khadine ‘Miss Kitty’ Hylton from the county of Surrey were among 44 Jamaicans presented with the GGAA this year for outstanding community service. Due to coronavirus restrictions, only three honourees were on hand, while all others were recognised virtually.