Sumfest beach clean-up
Josef Bogdanovich (left), Reggae Sumfest executive producer and chairman, CEO of Downsound Entertainment and majority shareholder at Hardware & Lumber (H&L), joins the team from H&L Rapid True Value Fairview Montego Bay store (from second left) Evelyn Currie, Chelsea Baker, Kemar Sutherland, Lisann Barnes, and Claudia McKenzie during the massive clean-up effort led by organisers of Reggae Sumfest in the vicinity of the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in Montego Bay last Saturday. Almost 1,000 kilograms of plastic waste were removed from the beach just behind the complex. There was also a substantial amount of other garbage taken from other areas in the vicinity of the complex. The beach clean-up was part of a series of activities that will culminate with the staging of the Reggae festival at the entertainment complex in July.

Josef Bogdanovich (left), Reggae Sumfest executive producer and chairman, CEO of Downsound Entertainment and majority shareholder at Hardware & Lumber (H&L), joins the team from H&L Rapid True Value Fairview Montego Bay store (from second left) Evelyn Currie, Chelsea Baker, Kemar Sutherland, Lisann Barnes, and Claudia McKenzie during the massive clean-up effort led by organisers of Reggae Sumfest in the vicinity of the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in Montego Bay last Saturday.

Almost 1,000 kilograms of plastic waste were removed from the beach just behind the complex. There was also a substantial amount of other garbage taken from other areas in the vicinity of the complex.

The beach clean-up was part of a series of activities that will culminate with the staging of the Reggae festival at the entertainment complex in July.

(Photo: Aceion Cunningham)

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