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A Juici Treat

Monday, December 30, 2013    

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CLARENDON PARK, Clarendon — Hundreds of children were the beneficiaries of a Christmas Fun Day hosted by Juici Patties at its Clarendon Park location on December 18.

Corporate sponsors, including Wisynco, Nestle Ice-Cream, Coldfield Manufacturing, Tru-Juice, Facey Commodity, Sunshine Snacks, Rainforest Burgers, National Baking Company, Digicel and Grace, made the event possible for the children, who are from communities in Manchester and Clarendon.

The range of fun-filled activities held the children's interest and parents were pleased.

Bushy Park resident Dasia Walker, who was out with her daughter Ryahaliah Williams, said that she was attending the fun day for the second year and she liked the variety of rides available for the children, the food and the performances.

Lenworth McGhie of Scotts Pass felt it was an "excellent" effort by Juici Patties.

"It is more than a Christmas Treat; it is a Family Fun Day," Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator at Juici Patties Jackie Scott-Perry told the Jamaica Observer Central.

She said that a special invitation was given to children in state care facilities and some communities in Clarendon that are grappling with social issues, as a means of showing them a different side of life and helping them to build relationships.

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