JC Hutchinson and 4H Clubs

Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. J.C. Hutchinson (left), speaks to Lauriston and Thompson Pen (St. Catherine) 4-H Prince, Ashawni Nesbitt (second left); Lauriston and Thompson Pen 4-H Queen, Shaneka Lawrence (second right) and Lauriston and Thompson Pen Princess, Toni-Ann Dean, during a courtesy call at the Ministry in Hope Gardens, on Wednesday (August 28).Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. J.C. Hutchinson (second right), speaks to Lauriston and Thompson Pen (St. Catherine) 4-H Prince, Ashawni Nesbitt (left); Lauriston and Thompson Pen 4-H Queen, Shaneka Lawrence (second left) and Lauriston and Thompson Pen Princess, Toni-Ann Dean, when they called at the Ministry’s offices in Hope Gardens, on Wednesday (August 28).Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. J.C. Hutchinson (left), greets Lauriston and Thompson Pen (St. Catherine) 4-H Queen, Shaneka Lawrence (second right), during a courtesy call on Wednesday (August 28) at the Ministry in Hope Gardens. Also calling on the Minister were Lauriston and Thompson Pen 4-H Prince, Ashawni Nesbitt (second left) and Lauriston and Thompson Pen Princess, Toni-Ann Dean. read more

PHOTOS Beach Clean Up Day in Port Royal

Trade Commissioner, Canadian High Commission, Lesley – Ann Dixon Ennevor, along with Canada’s High Commissioner to Jamaica, Her Excellency Laurie Peters (centre) and Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation to Jamaica, Malgorzata Wasilewska participate in clean-up activities at the Port Royal Beach at Foreshore Road on October 5. The European Union in Jamaica and the Canadian High Commission are partnering for the second year to host a beach clean-up in observation of International Coastal Clean-up Day 2019. The event aims to raise awareness and contribute to global efforts to reduce and avoid plastic pollution, including marine litter. Canada’s High Commissioner to Jamaica, Her Excellency Laurie Peters (left), along with Head of the European Union (EU) Delegation to Jamaica, Malgorzata Wasilewska (centre) and student of St. Hughs Preparatory School, Logan Heslop, participate in clean-up activities at the Port Royal Beach at Foreshore Road on October 5. The European Union in Jamaica and the Canadian High Commission are partnering for the second year to host a beach clean-up in observation of International Coastal Clean-up Day 2019. The event aims to raise awareness and contribute to global efforts to reduce and avoid plastic pollution, including marine litter. read more