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Holy Childhood High School Alumnae celebrates strong beginnings



HCHS Alumnae | 2015-06-26 00:00:00

On July 4th, 2015, the Holy Childhood High School’s class of 1990 celebrates its 25th anniversary reunion at the Jamaica Pegasus, Kingston, Jamaica. Fellow alumnae belonging to classes from the 1980s and early 1990s are invited to join this celebration as we all reconnect, reminisce and celebrate our strong beginnings at Holy Childhood High School.

The reunion will recognize the successes of the alumnae and the quality education provided by Holy Childhood High School under the leadership of the Franciscan Missionary Sisters. Also, a current teacher will be honored for long service at the school.

With a history that spans over 75 years, alumnae of Holy Childhood are making significant contributions to society in the areas of education, healthcare, business, hospitality, law, communications and technology in Jamaica and overseas.

Holy Childhood has many alumnae who are trailblazers in their field including Joy Spence O.D, first female Master Blender in the Spirits Industry globally, Ann-Marie Campbell, President of Home Depot Southern Division who was included on the 2014 Fortune list of top 50 of Most Powerful Women in Business, Sarah Newman O.D, Social Worker and Sportswoman and Paula-Anne Porter Jones, Broadcaster and Educator.

Several members of the 1990 class have also received recognition for their contribution to Jamaica including Jacqui Sinclair, PSOJ/Gleaner 50underFifty Awardee and Jamaica Observer Food Awardee, Gillian Ferguson, Jamaica Observer Food Awardee and Tricia ‘DJ Sparks’ Spence, Music Industry 2014 Female VJ of the Year.

Equally noteworthy is what Holy Childhood graduates are doing that has not made the news. Many are making impactful contributions by offering their time, resources and influence to better their communities. Just as former principal, Sister Mary Stephanie commissioned in one of her messages, Holy Childhood graduates have become women that families need and that Jamaica and the world need. 

This year’s reunion celebrates these strong women of character and faith who are mothers, sisters, aunts, daughters, wives and friends.

The reunion starts at 7:30PM and will include a cocktail reception, dinner and entertainment. The guest speaker is Holy Childhood’s alumna and Chief Executive Officer of CPTC, Ms. Chantal Hylton - Tonnes.

Tickets are $7,500 and proceeds will benefit student programmes and special projects at Holy Childhood. Other activities planned are a pre-reunion lyme on July 3rd at C&C South Beach and a church service on July 5th at Holy Cross Church.

For tickets or information on how to make a donation, email hchsreunion2015@gmail.com or look for the event on Facebook.
 

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Posted By :Rose-Marie Foster

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