STGC to induct four old boys in Hall of Fame Saturday

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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Four St George's College (STGC) past students will this Saturday join a list of distinguished old boys and members of the faculty as inductees in the school's Hall of Fame.

The four are Philip Wong, Dr Robert Hill, Clovis “Metty” Metcalfe, and Howard Mitchell.

A news release from the organising committee explained that Wong is being recognised for his community spirit, excellence and achievement in business and philanthropy, national and international recognition and service to the school; Dr Hill for excellence and achievement in Caribbean history and national and international recognition; Metcalfe for community spirit, excellence and achievement in banking and finance, national and international recognition and service to the school; and Mitchell for his community spirit, excellence and achievement in business, inspiring leadership, national recognition and service to the school.

The event, which will take the form of a banquet at The Worthington, Spanish Court Hotel, will feature each inductee sharing their “Favourite Georgian Moment” while they were students at St George's College.

Since 2000, 49 STGC past students and members of the faculty have been inducted in the Hall of Fame which is held every two years.

The members of the Hall of Fame Selection and Organising committees for 2018 are Donovan Chen See, chairman); Very Reverend Father Christopher Llanos, SJ; Anthony Chen; Paul Bitter; Wayne Wray; and Parris Lyew-Ayee, Jr.

Sponsors of the event are National Baking Company Ltd, National Supply, Cari-Med Ltd, Jamaica Packaging Industries, Caribbean Flavours and Fragrances, TM Traders, Jamaica National, GraceKennedy, Burger King, and Spanish Court Hotel.

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