PHOTO: Lime treat

Friday, August 31, 2012    

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LIME Managing Director Garry Sinclair and mentor/ coordinator at Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU) Kadian Austin-Smith share a happy moment with children from the Mountain View Avenue community in Kingston. The telecoms company, in partnership with YOU, on Wednesday presented over 70 youngsters with school supplies including bags and exercise books.

LIME will stage its massive back-to-school event — Skool Aid — at the Jam World show ground in Portmore on Saturday, September 1.

The event was previously postponed due to the threat of Tropical Storm Issac.





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