Several join hands to put work into Labour Day

Several join hands to put work into Labour Day

Friday, May 25, 2018

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Courts Jamaica keeps it green

Carren Royal of Unicomer/Courts chops away bushes in preparation for tree planting at the Gregory Park Community Resource Center,Wednesday,May 23,2018.Diana Francis in the background helps to clear bushes.The Center is pivotal to helping young men and women as well as adults in skills training.

Airport Authority brightens Harbour View

President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Airports Authority of Jamaica (AAJ), Audley Diedrick (right) paints a picket fence near the Harbour View roundabout in East Kingston today (May 23). Also painting (from left) are Senior Director, Commercial Development and Planning, Alfred McDonald; and AAJ General Counsel, Verona Vacianna.

Ready to patch potholes

Residents of Seven Corners, just outside Santa Cruz in St Elizabeth, mix concrete to patch potholes on the road through their community on Labour Day.

Bermaddy Basic School gets facelift

Operations Manager at Jamaica North-South Highway Company (JNSHC), Xiaofeng Wang (left), leads in painting the Bermaddy Basic School in Treadways, St. Catherine, on Labour Day (May 23). Also taking part (from second left) are Administrative and Human Resources Manager at JNSHC, Diana Farquharson; President of the parent-teachers association (PTA), Nickeisha Griffiths, and Principal of the school, Angela Miller.


Flow's Shannae Morrison ( left) and Danielle Savory ( right) are joined by 5-year- old Nylah Savory as they work to revive a garden which is located at the front of the York Town Health Centre in Clarendon. More than 50 employees of the telecommunications firm journeyed to the parish to participated in the Labour Day project.


This bus shed at Seven Corners just outside Santa cruz in St Elizabeth got a paint job from residents on Labour Day.

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