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Photo: HONOURING A DINTHILL GIANT AT 96

Monday, August 20, 2018

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Algon Grange (centre) congratulated by his niece, Cabinet Minister Olivia “Babsy” Grange after he was honoured by the Dinthill Technical High School Alumni Association Jamaica at a banquet held at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in St Andrew, Saturday night. Algon Grange, 96, was among the first 40 students of the then Dinthill Practising School when the institution opened its doors to students in 1938. Sharing in the moment are Dinthill past student Colleen Beecher and Algon's son, Duckworth. (Photo: Karl McLarty)

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