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Ian Allen/Staff Photograper
Second form students of Jamaica College wave their hands in fellowship during a Gospel crusade at the school in St Andrew yesterday.
Ian Allen/Staff Photograper
DJ Nicholas Minister to second formers of Jamaica College during a Gospel Crusade at the school on thursday.
Ian Allen/Staff Photograper
Derrick Simon preach to second former of Jamaica College during a gospel crusade at the school on thursday.
Ian Allen/Staff Photograper
Patricia Newby counselling second form boys of Jamaica College during a Gospel Crusade at the school on thursday.
Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer.
From left Foreground Captain Lincoln Thaxter Principal,Calabar High School look on as Ruel Reid Principal Jamaica College holds up a flyer also looking on is Everton Burrell Acting Principal Kingston College at  the launch of the Schools' Peace Initiative for the 2009 ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys' and Girls' Championships at the Jamaica College on Thursday 26.3.2009.
Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer.
From left Foreground Captain Lincoln Thaxter Principal,Calabar High School,Ruel Reid Principal Jamaica College,Everton Burrell Acting Principal Kingston College with Students from Mona  High School,The Queens School,Jamaica College,Kingston College,St Hugh's High School  and Calabar High School hold hands to signify the Peace at the launch of the Schools' Peace Initiative for the 2009 ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys' and Girls' Championships at the Jamaica College on Thursday 26.3.2009.
Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer.
The Gleaner's Managing Editor Jenni Campbell hands attorney-at-law Bert Samuels a plaque for Silver Pen Award winning letter of the day as Gleaner Editor in Chief Garfield Grandison looks on at the newspaper's North Street, central Kingston offices yesterday.
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