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Going back to the future: North St Andrew Kiwanis marks 45

Monday, March 18, 2019

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The Kiwanis Club of North St Andrew, to commemorate its 45th anniversary, yesterday retraced its steps to Saxthorpe Methodist Church, 143 Constant Spring Road, where 45 years ago it held its launch service. Of the founding members, two were present at the service in Ainsley Beckford (left) and Henry Hall (centre), being greeted here by president of the club Barrington Miller who also brought greetings, while Rev Dr Wayneford McFarlane delivered the sermon. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)


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