Photo: Money for scholarships, community projects

Thursday, December 07, 2017

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Money for scholarships, community projects The more than $1.4 million raised by high commissions and embassies in Jamaica from a bazaar held in Kingston last month was yesterday handed over to the International Proxy Parents (IPP) at a brief ceremony at Liguanea Club in New Kingston. The money will be used by the IPP for scholarships and community projects in 2018. Several representatives from high commissions and embassies, as well as students from schools which will benefit were in attendance (Photo: Karl McLarty)




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