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.
The Best Dressed Chicken headed to Chateau District, Clarendon recently to assist Food for the Poor in constructing a home for Patricia Howell.
There is a new chairman for the board of the National Housing Trust (NHT). He is Lennox Channer, Vice-President of Accounting at the Jamaica Broilers Group.
Lennox Channer, a vice president of the Jamaica Broilers Group, has been appointed the new chairman of the National Housing Trust (NHT).
Jamaica Broilers Group Vice-President of Accounting Lennox Channer is the new chairman of the National Housing Trust (NHT).
Inner-city males treated to special screening of 2018 World Cup matches in celebration of Father’s Day
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.
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”.
One of the island’s youngest female poultry farmers and Jamaica Broilers Group’s champion farmer, Shelly-Ann Dinnall, was specially selected by the World Bank to participate in a live panel discussion in Washington DC.