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Enhanced security measures make downtown Kingston safer for Digicel 5K Run

The newly-declared State of Emergency will not affect activities at the Digicel 5K Run for Special Needs, so says Running Events Director Alfred ‘Frano’ Francis. The Digicel 5K will be held at the Digicel Headquarters, downtown, and will begin at 7:00pm.

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Major pledge drive kicks off 2018 Digicel 5K Night Run

“Accept this challenge, make a pledge and then pass it on,” with these words, Digicel Jamaica CEO Justin Morin, kicked off the launch of the 2018 Digicel 5K Night Run with a personal pledge of $50,000. The seventh annual night run is set to take place on October 6 at 7:00pm in downtown, Kingston.

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Marked improvement: Digicel Foundation’s tenth Centre of Excellence gets down to work

Within months of opening its tenth and final Centre of Excellence, the Digicel Foundation is reporting “tremendous improvement” in the progress of the 51 Special Needs students enrolled there. The school, opened its doors in September 2017 in the seaside village of Lyssons in St. Thomas and is showing tremendous potential for the further development of students’ learning skills. With help and support coming from the wider community the prospects for its plans and programmes in 2018 are looking up.

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Upper Rock Spring Primary and Infant receives ECC stamp of approval

Hanover’s Upper Rock Spring Primary and Infant School has welcomed its students for the new year on a great note, having achieved full certification from the Early Childhood Commission (ECC) in December 2017.

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