PHOTO: All about Maxfield Park

Friday, January 18, 2013

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Minister of Youth and Culture Lisa Hanna makes a point to Chief Executive Officer of the ATL/Sandals Group Adam Stewart during a visit to the Maxfield Park Children's Home in Kingston on Wednesday. The minister was accompanied on the visit to the facility, which is home to 82 children, by Stewart and other members of the home's new management board, which Hanna appointed last year following the absence of a management board for several years. The new board, which is headed by former banker and business educator, Minna Israel, is spearheading several infrastructure upgrading activities at the Maxfield Park Home, which is the oldest of eight Government-operated children's homes.


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