Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Saturday | December 15, 2012
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Manchester celebrates!
MANDEVILLE, Manchester:THE PARISH of Manchester is still celebrating Manchester High School's historic victory in the 2012 TVJ All Together Sing choir competition.

These accountants can cook!
MOVE OVER chefs, there's a new team to replace you!

Vanguards of health - St Ann health workers awarded for more than 50 years of service
RUNAWAY BAY, St Ann:THE ST ANN Health Department last week paid tribute to several retired workers who have served the health sector, some for as many as 50 years, in a ceremony at Jewel Runaway Bay hotel in St Ann.

New ambulance for Highgate residents
PORT MARIA, St Catherine:THE RESIDENTS of Highgate, St Mary, are expected to get quicker responses to ambulance service after the community received a spanking new medical vehicle.

'Seh. Mi Precious' love affair
MANDEVILLE, Manchester:ALISON LEWIS is living her dream of residing in her favourite place on earth, Jamaica, and doing what she loves best, making beautiful jewellery from semi-precious stones.

JPS treats infants for Christmas
ST ANN'S BAY, St Ann:IN THE true spirit of Christmas, the Jamaica Public Service's (JPS) St Ann's Bay branch, treated approximately 200 children from Miracle Tabernacle Basic and St Ann's Bay Infant schools to a fun day in its car park on Wednesday.

St Ann honours its own
OCHO RIOS, St Ann:ST ANN Justices of the Peace Association recently awarded four persons for outstanding service, while the Social Development Commission (SDC) held its third annual Spirit of Community Awards, recognising the tremendous voluntary service that persons continue to give to their communities.

Wind of unity blowing in Fellowship
FELLOWSHIP, Portland:DOZENS OF parents, some of whom participated in a special training course, were fêted at Fellowship Primary and Junior High School by a group of teachers on Wednesday

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