Inner-city males treated to special screening of 2018 World Cup matches in celebration of Father’s Day
UCT Steppas’ Garfield Gordon (left) and Oshane Archibald (right), overall winners in the 5k and 10k respectively, pose with their trophies alongside Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton and Best Dressed Regional Marketing Programmes Manager, Avadaugn Sinclair. (PHOTOS: Llewellyn Wynter)
Agriculture Minister, Audley Shaw (right), is surprised with a birthday gift of a barbecue grill from the Jamaica Broilers Group. Pictured (l-R) are Christopher Levy, President and CEO of Jamaica Broilers Group; Norman Grant, JAS President; Conley Salmon, President, Jamaican Operations, Jamaica Broilers Group; and Robert Levy, Chairman of Jamaica Broilers Group. The presentation was made on Friday at the launch of Denbigh 2018 on the lawn of Hi-Pro, White Marl, St Catherine.
Audley Shaw (second left), minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries, looks at some of the Jamaican produce with Norman Grant (second right) president of the JAS; Christopher Levy (left), president and CEO of Jamaica Broilers Group and Joan Sharpe-Colley, marketing coordinator of Fersan Jamaica at the launch of Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food Show at Hi Pro in White Marl, St. Catherine yesterday.
Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw (centre) and Jamaica Agriculture Society president Norman Grant (right) inspect a pumpkin, while Jamaica Broilers Group president and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Levy looks on. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
The eighth staging of the Everyone’s A Winner/Best Dressed Chicken 5K and 10K road race will take place on Sunday, June 17 at 6:00 am inside Hope Gardens with the organisers, Running Events Jamaica, adding a 1K for Under-10 this year, in a move aimed at making it more of a family event.
Miriam Myers, a farmer from St. Elizabeth, is our Hi-Pro $200,000 Winner!
There was an air of surprise for students and teachers at over 25 schools when the Best Dressed Chicken branded coaster bus, a Best Dressed Chicken refrigerated truck and a Hi-Pro van, rolled into their school yards.
The Jamaica Broilers Group — Jamaica’s largest poultry producer — has come out in support of the shift in focus by the Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Audley Shaw’s towards “moving from macro-economic stabilisation, to micro-economic mobilisation”.
Hundreds of employees, as well as contractors, partners and other associates of the Jamaica Broilers Group gathered on the lawns of the company’s head office in McCooks Pen, St Catherine, for its annual thanksgiving event on Tuesday, May 1, to mark the start of a new fiscal year. This year, the event bore special significance to the group as it celebrates 60 years in operation.
GeAnne Dwyer (left), group PR & training administrator, Jamaica Broilers Group, makes a presentation of Best Dressed Chicken products to Angella Hinds (centre), deputy superintendent, Marie Atkins Night Shelter, while Jessica Tyghter-Shaw, senior social worker, Bellevue Hospital, looks on at right.
With few, but willing hands and an abundance of love, the small team from the Social Work Department of the Bellevue Hospital, Kingston, celebrated Social Work Month with nearly 700 inpatients and over 300 outpatients in the capital city, during March. This year’s theme was “Social Workers: Leaders, Advocates, Champions”.