Saturday May 25, 2013 JAMAICA -- Bette and Russ Dawson decided to donate funds for underground wiring, which was recently added to the scope of work during sidewalk construction. "We gave it in honor of the Benefit Society," said Bette, who is the treasurer of the organization. "Next year will be the 100th year anniversary." On May 21, the Reformer reported that the burying ...
Gareth Davis Sr, Gleaner WriterBUFF BAY, Portland:THE ONE Jamaica Foundation, a civil society group, directed its resources to the building of a classroom and the erecting of a perimeter fence at two schools in Portland on Labour Day.Headed by Ann-Marie Vaz, the group started its Labour Day activities at the Hart Hill Basic School near Buff Bay, where residents, including tradesmen, turned out ...
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Jamaican sprinters stole the spotlight in the athletic events at the Adidas Grand Prix, New York Diamond League meet at Icahn Stadium.
Veronica Campbell Brown romped to victory in the 200 metres in 22.53 seconds ahead of a fast finishing Anneshia McLaughin (22.63) also of Jamaica on Sunday. Sherone Simpson finished in fourth place with 22.96.
Aleen Bailey sped to victory in the womens 100 metres in 11.37 seconds, ahead of Americans Mikele Barber and Lekeisha Lawson, who finished second and third respectively.
Jamaica's Olympic 200m bronze medallist Warren Weir made light work of the field to clock an effortless season's best 20.11 with Panama's Edmond Alonso (20.38) in second. Jeremy Dodson of the US (20.65) was third.
Jamaicans Ramone McKenzie and Kevin Thompson finished fifth and seventh respectively.
Meantime, America's Tyson Gay raced to an easy win in the 100 metres clocking 10.16 seconds with his country man Ryan Bailey second.
Trinidad and Tobago's Ketson Bledman secured third spot in 10.16 seconds while Jamaica's Nesta Carter was fourth.
Jamaica's other finalists Jacques Harvey, Nickel Ashmeade and Kemar Bailey Cole finished fifth, six and seventh.
Also, Jamaica's National Record holder Allison Randall threw a season's best 57. ...
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