PHOTO: East Central St James scholarships
Member of Parliament Edmund Bartlett (centre) is flanked by Dexter Williams (left) of John Rollins Success Primary School and Rebecca Keane of Irwin Primary School, the respective top male and female PEP students in his constituency, during the East Central St James Scholarship and Welfare Fund Annual Education Awards function held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Rose Hall last week. Over 300 students, from the primary to tertiary level, were awarded scholarships amounting to $13 million during the function..

Member of Parliament Edmund Bartlett (centre) is flanked by Dexter Williams (left) of John Rollins Success Primary School and Rebecca Keane of Irwin Primary School, the respective top male and female PEP students in his constituency, during the East Central St James Scholarship and Welfare Fund Annual Education Awards function held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in Rose Hall last week.

Over 300 students, from the primary to tertiary level, were awarded scholarships amounting to $13 million during the function.

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