Good deeds by Icons of Annotto Bay

Good deeds by Icons of Annotto Bay

Sunday, October 13, 2019

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Icons of Annotto Bay, a not-for-profit organisation that operates from the United States and Jamaica, staged its annual football competition, awards ceremony, and visits to shut-ins and medically challenged residents of the sea coast town of Annotto Bay in St Mary, recently.

The efforts were assisted by sponsorship from Bob's Supercentre, Oxford Gas, Food For The Poor, Jamaica National, Annotto Bay Dental Care, Sharwin Reynolds, L Wellington, JP St Mary's Banana Chips, 876 Water, Winston Chambers, Mekya Water, Evette Golding, National Baking Company, Dr Norman Dunn, Donald Bundah, Patrick Henry, Select Brands, and J Wray and Nephew Ltd.

Here are some of the pictorial highlights from the three days of activities:

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