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Photo by Mel Cooke

LIME powergliders made stately circles above the crowd, a few acrobatic moves causing a collective gasp.
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Deejay CeCile signs away for a young fan.
Mel Cooke photo

This lad may have been stationary, but revving away he probably felt like he was flying!
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The boys enjoyed the football on the second day of LIME's Skool Aid, held last weekend at Jam World, Portmore, St Catherine.
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The clown painted many happy faces at Skool Aid.
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This young man goes for  the top at the wall. He made it - many did not.
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Leaning over and over, he will soon be upside down on this ride!
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The entrance to Storyland, positioned in a prime spot at LIME Skool Aid last weekend.
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The recipients of the LIME knapsacks carried them around at Skool Aid. This young man adjusts his knapsack as he goes through the audience.
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The sawdust was meant to make the walk through the venue more comfortable, but these children made it into part of the fun at Skool Aid.
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Eight year-old Trishay Johns (left) and her mother Marlene Jones with the scholarship cheque
Nathaniel Stewart/Photographer    


Lime School AID Portmore
Nathaniel Stewart/Photographer    


Lime School AID Portmore
Nathaniel Stewart/Photographer    


Lime School AID Portmore
Nathaniel Stewart/Photographer    


Lime School AID Portmore
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