Clean up, clean up

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

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Jelani Bambury, son of Marvell Bambury who works at Kingston Freeport Terminal Limited's (KFTL) Finance Department, was more than eager to play his part in helping to clean the New Causeway Fishing Village in Portmore, St Catherine, during the International Coastal Cleanup Day activity held on September 15. Jelani and his mom were among over 80 volunteers from KFTL and the Rotary Club of Spanish Town as well as fisherfolk from the fishing village who came out in support of the clean-up activity.

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