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PHOTO: Wolmer’s wins

Sunday, April 16, 2017    

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(From left) Owner of the local franchise of Burger King Richard Lake joined debators from Wolmer’s Boys’ School Oshnel Bryan, Sandre Rhoden and Shiyan Barnett as they celebrated their victory over Kingston College in the 2017 edition of the Burger King National Secondary Schools’ Debating Competition on Thursday. Wolmer’s played the role of government and proposed the motion: “This House would allow incarcerated individuals to benefit from their art”. A total of 64 schools from across the country entered this year’s competition which began in January.


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