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Andrew Gallimore
Bustamante Hospital
Bustamante Hospital
Bustamante Hospital
Ken Baugh meets ACS Secretary General
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Bruce Bowen, President and CEO Scotiabank feeds Natasha Four, at the ScotiaFoundation Breakfast Feeding Programme launch, Scotiabank feed 30 children at the Whitfield All Age School, 20 Whitfield Ave. in Kingston on Wednesday, May 27-2009, Scotia Foundation supports a Breakfast Feeding Programme for 600 Kids in five (5) schools across Jamaica at a cost of $2million.  The schools include Bamboo Primary and Junior High, St. Ann, Holy Family Primary and Infant School, Kingston,  Whitfield All Age School, Kingston, Drapers All Age School, Portland and Norwich Primary, Portland.
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Commissioner of Police Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin, (left) and Scott Hottfield of ICE speaks to members of the media during a press conference at the Hilton Hotel in New Kingston on Wednesday, May 27-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Natasha Four, (centre) and Nesha Francis, (left) Jevane Chambers, (right) eating their breakfast at the Scotia Foundation Breakfast Feeding Programme launch at the Whitfield All Age School, 20 Whitfield Ave. in Kingston on Wednesday, May 27-2009, Scotia Foundation supports a Breakfast Feeding Programme for 600 Kids in five (5) schools across Jamaica at a cost of $2million.  The schools include Bamboo Primary and Junior High, St. Ann, Holy Family Primary and Infant School, Kingston,  Whitfield All Age School, Kingston, Drapers All Age School, Portland and Norwich Primary, Portland.
Scripps National Spelling Bee
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