MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica - Prominent Montego Bay attorney Nathan Robb has been elected to serve as president of the influential Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI).
Robb was installed Wednesday evening at the chamber's annual general meeting held at the Wexford Hotel in the resort city.
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THE Dinthill Technical High School in St Catherine launched its 75th anniversary celebrations with a luncheon at the school's Enos Barrett-Multi Purpose Hall last Friday. The event was held under the theme 'Honoring the Past; Celebrating Excellence'. Here some highlights:
(Photos: Joseph Wellington)
Students of Dinthill Technical High School listen keenly as Minister of Education Ronald Thwaites addresses the function.
Custos of St Catherine Sophia Azan (left) and Joyce McKenzie, who taught at the
school for 35 years (1964 to 1999) and also served as acting principal for two years
during the period, share a moment.
Algon Grange (centre), who was among the first batch of students to graduate from
Dinthill, is flanked by his son Duckworth (left) and grandson Cortni at Friday’s launch
of the school’s 75th anniversary celebrations. (Photos: Joseph Wellington)
Charlton Chance, chair of the school’s Liaison Committee, speaks at
Minister of Education Ronald Thwaites and Sophia Azan, Custos of St Catherine,
review the event’s programme.
Algon Grange (right) shares a bit of history with Lloyd Fearon, principal of Dinthill.
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