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HIGHLIGHTS OF LABOUR DAY ACTIVITIES OUT WEST

Published:Saturday | May 26, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Constable Howard Thompson beautifying the Montego Freeport Police Barracks with paint donated by the St James Police Civic Committee. There were also donations from Sherwin Williams, Margaritaville Caribbean, and the Jamaica Police Credit Union. - Photo by Janet Silvera
Derrick Kellier, member of Parliament for South St James, commemorates the life and work of National Hero Sam Sharpe by laying these flowers at the feet of his statue in Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay. - Photo by Sheena Gayle
Shernet Haughton, mayor of Lucea in Hanover, and Mashario Bisasor, parish manager of the Social Development Comission for Hanover, rake grass away from the gravestones at the Lucea Cemetery. The beautification exercise at the cemetery took place under this year's Labour Day theme, 'Step Forward, Keep Jamaica Beautiful'. - Photo by Christopher Thomas
Mayor of Montego Bay Glendon Harris (right) repaints the rails of the Sam Sharpe Square fountain during Labour Day 2012 activities, held under the theme 'Step Forward, Keep Jamaica Beautiful'. Looking on is Henry McCurdy, caretaker for the North West St James constituency. The beautification exercise in the square was the St James parish project. - Photo by Christopher Thomas
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(1) Shernet Haughton, mayor of Lucea in Hanover, and Mashario Bisasor, parish manager of the Social Development Comission for Hanover, rake grass away from the gravestones at the Lucea Cemetery. The beautification exercise at the cemetery took place under this year's Labour Day theme, 'Step Forward, Keep Jamaica Beautiful'. - Photo by Christopher Thomas

(2) Constable Howard Thompson beautifying the Montego Freeport Police Barracks with paint donated by the St James Police Civic Committee. There were also donations from Sherwin Williams, Margaritaville Caribbean, and the Jamaica Police Credit Union. - Photo by Janet Silvera

(3) Mayor of Montego Bay Glendon Harris (right) repaints the rails of the Sam Sharpe Square fountain during Labour Day 2012 activities, held under the theme 'Step Forward, Keep Jamaica Beautiful'. Looking on is Henry McCurdy, caretaker for the North West St James constituency. The beautification exercise in the square was the St James parish project. - Photo by Christopher Thomas

(4) Derrick Kellier, member of Parliament for South St James, commemorates the life and work of National Hero Sam Sharpe by laying these flowers at the feet of his statue in Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay. - Photo by Sheena Gayle