JMMB bats for cricket at Ardenne High School

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

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Joan Duncan Foundation CEO, Kim Mair adds the finishing touches to the newly constructed Ardenne High School cricket facility with the assistance of Simon Jackson, project manager, Ardenne Alumni Foundation. Closely observing the process are (from left) Wayne Hall, sport master Ardenne High School, Desmond Hayle architect, Keven Brown, Mickayle Riley and Samuel Blackwood, Ardenne High School students. The Joan Duncan Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the JMMB Group, in encouraging holistic educational development, has made a financial contribution to assist the school to improve its sporting facilities and extend the cricket programme to more students.


(PHOTO: ASTON SPAULDING)


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