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Written by Michel Outridge - Guyana Chronicle 
 

ALMOST $100,000 worth of dry goods and frozen food items were recently donated to the Calvary Assembly of God Church by the Grace Kennedy Remittance Services (Guy) Ltd (Bill Express Service) to be used in ensuring the nutritional needs of approximately 40 school-age children from the Houston, Mc Doom and Agricola, East Bank...

HiLo Supermarket and Western Union Treat Merlene Ottey To Jamaican Foods.

 

Living in Slovenia, a country some 5400 miles away from the island on which she was born, Sprint Queen Merlene Ottey laments that Jamaican food is one of the things she misses most. "The closest I get to Jamaican foods in Slovenia is when I make fried dumplings at home. The language is so...

Western Union handed over one of 13 sets of computers to the students of Rousseau Primary recently. The initiative forms part of the company's I-PLEDGE programme geared at improving literacy at the Primary School Level. Finance and Planning Minister Peter Phillips who is also Member of Parliament for the area in which Rousseau is situated was on hand to see the occasion. "What is available in...

Holy Rosary is one of 13 schools to be outfitted with computers this year courtesy of the remittance giant Western Union. Some JMD$9 million dollars worth of computers will be distributed to schools island-wide as a culmination to the entities 2012 I-PLEDGE (I Promise to Lend Encouragement to Develop Growth in Education') Programme.

 

 

The collaborative efforts of two...

Thousands of revelers and spectators at Guapo-Clifton Hill Beach were treated to a “blessed” performance on Sunday, May 6 as Western Union Angels and Saints took first place in their category at the Pt Fortin Borough Day Dragon Boat Regatta 2012.

The scene on the beach was festive last Sunday as over 2,000 celebrants came out to enjoy fun, food, music and the excitement of dragon boat...

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