Hi-Pro representatives presented the young farmer and his grandmother with 50 baby chicks and the feed to raise them.
The Jamaica Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA) is now in a better position to treat dogs afflicted with parvovirus since receiving a donation of 800 Recombitek C-6 vaccines from Hi-Pro.
Jamaica Broilers, producers of the Best Dressed Chicken, yesterday presented care packages to academic, administrative, and ancillary staff at the Hydel Group of Schools in Ferry, St Catherine.
Two farmers who were affected by the massive fire which occurred in Flagaman, St Elizabeth, in August are feeling hopeful for the future, after they received support from Jamaica Broilers through its Hi-Pro brand.
Running Events Jamaica Director Alfred “Frano” Francis signs the symbolic cheque of $250,000 to the Jamaica Association for the Deaf (JAD) during the handover ceremony of part proceeds raised from the Everyone’s A Winner/The Best Dressed Chicken 5K & 10K race event held earlier in the year. Looking on are (from left) Dianne Ellis, director, Running Events Jamaica; Lorraine Kemble, brand manager, The Best Dressed Chicken; and Kimberley Sherlock Marriott-Blake, executive director of the JAD.
Jamaica Broilers among companies supporting employees in taking healthy lifestyle seriously through its continued support of the Ministry of Health’s “Jamaica Moves Corporate Challenge”. Photographed here are Dr. the Honourable Christopher Tufton, Minister of Health and Jamaica Broilers Group team organiser, Mrs. Loren Lee.
Photo: Minister Carlene Davis leads the school in praise and worship on the Best Dressed Chicken 60 School Tour.
ISCF General Secretary Sheldon O’Connor stated, “Because we are already in the schools, it made sense for Best Dressed Chicken to partner with us. We have students, teachers and other community members who will continue the work after the tour. Over 5,000 young people have committed their lives to the Lord, and through the ISCF groups in the schools, we have prepared a programme to disciple these students.”
At 17, Steveray Smith had a choice to make. According to the law his mother laid down, he was either going to become an electrician, study business, or do food preparation.
Photo caption: Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator Ruel Reid (right), greets students from Holy Trinity High at the launch of the Best Dressed Chicken 60 School Tour. Looking on are Robert Levy (left), Chairman, Jamaica Broilers Group and Group President and CEO, Christopher Levy (centre).
Two mentors addressed them weekly. One of them was the chairman of Jamaica Broilers Group, Robert Levy, who testified that as a boarder, he dropped out of JC, despite being privileged, because of poor results and misconduct.