Wednesday, 8 May 2013

SCENE & HEARD: Ronnie Thwaites + Leon + Errol Miller + Shaggy + Sharon Williams + Usain Bolt

STAR POWER: May 4, New York. Entertainers Shaggy and Leon recently showed support for the launch of the 2013 Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival at the Consulate General of Jamaica in Manhattan. At the concert, slated for July 21, Shaggy will hit the stage, Leon will host a Celebrity Jerk Cook-Off, the Braata Folk Singers will provide cultural offerings, while chef Maisie Miller will offer culinary demonstrations. (Photo: Image Newsletter)

ON MESSAGE: May 8, Cayman Islands. Given his iconic status, the World's Fastest Man was a natural choice to give a motivational talk to students at a local instituion in Grand Cayman, which he is visiting this week as the headliner of the second annual Cayman Invitational athletic meet. Bolt arrived in the island-nation on Tuesday and met with members of the media for a press conference. (Photo: Usain Bolt)

GRADE A: May 7, Kingston. On Tuesday, the LIME Foundation visited the Hope Valley Experimental School to engage with students for the Read Across Jamaica Initiative and also to donate three Nuqleo tablets to the school's special need unit, presented by LIME Foundation Chairman, Errol Miller, principal Sharon Williams, while education minister Ronald Thwaites looked on. The state-of-the-art tablets are intended to add new and exciting teaching methods to the classroom. (Photo: LIME)

KIDS AT HEART: May 7, Kingston. Minister of Education, Ronnie Thwaites, was a big hit with the children during a visit to the Hope Valley Experimental for the Read Across Jamaica Initiative on Tuesday, participating in an interactive reading session and even an impromptu hand-wrestling contest. (Photo: LIME)




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