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FirstCaribbean International repairs basic school

Published:Wednesday | September 2, 2015 | 8:38 AM
From left: Principal of Jebb Memorial Leonie Salmon-Wong Sue with CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank executives, Lloy Palmer and Jervis Rose, wealth managers, and Nicole Hogarth Lewis (kneeling), wealth management team leader, hard at work at the Jebb Memorial Basic School.

The new school term will be a bright one for the 62 students and three teachers at the Jebb Memorial Basic School along Spanish Town Road, Kingston.

During their holidays, a team from FirstCaribbean International Securities Limited, led by Jervis Rose, wealth manager, FirstCaribbean International Securities Limited, improved the physical environment by cleaning, painting and repairing the school which is owned by Jamaica Save the Children

Rose said, "We were happy to do what we could to improve the school for the students and teachers at Jebb Memorial and to provide an environment where learning can take place."