In celebration of World Egg Day on Friday, October 14, Hi-Pro, in collaboration with the Jamaica Egg Farmers’ Association, invited customers and sixth-graders of the White Marl Primary and Junior High School to enjoy tasty omelettes and other ‘egg-citing’ dishes at Hi-Pro Ace Super Centre in White Marl, St Catherine.
Employees of Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG) arrived for work on September 2 dressed in school uniforms, complete with ties, knapsacks, hair ornaments and shoes and socks - ready for a day of fun and gift-giving. And they had permission to do so.
Over 200 students from the White Marl and Central Village communities of East St. Catherine will have school supplies for the start of the new school year donated by Hi-Pro, a Division of the Jamaica Broilers Group.
More than 200 students from the White Marl and Central Village communities in St Catherine will have school supplies for the start of the new school year donated by Hi-Pro, a division of the Jamaica Broilers Group.
Twenty-four years since the launch of the Jamaica Broilers Group’s Back-to-School Initiative, the programme has transformed the lives of about 7,000 children in the parish of St Catherine, through bursaries, scholarships and school supplies.
TOP seeds Damion Johnson and Michaela Stephens captured the men’s and women’s singles title, respectively, at the 2016 Hi-Pro All Jamaica Tennis Championships that ended at the Eric Bell Tennis Centre on Sunday.
PRIZE money of over $500,000 will be awarded to winners and runners-ups at the 2016 Hi-Pro All-Jamaica Tennis Championships, which is scheduled for August 17-21 at the Eric Bell Tennis Centre.
Chairman of the Denbigh Show Committee, Norman Grant, has announced a raft of plans for the continued use of the Denbigh Showground all year round.
As social authority Page 2 continues to celebrate its tenth anniversary, sister publication SO invited Page 2 faves to the Worthington Avenue-extension of Spanish Court Hotel to share in the joys of fatherhood!
The Best Dressed Chicken 12 Chefs of Christmas heated up homes across the island with deliciously imaginative holiday dinners valued at $100,000.
On December 15, 16 and 18, representatives of the Jamaica Broilers Group moved throughout various communities in St Catherine as they played Santa Claus to nearly 1,500 residents.
Photo caption: Danah Cameron (left), PR and training officer, Jamaica Broilers, spends time with Icelyn Wright during the presentation of food packages.
FORTY women from St Elizabeth Women (SEW) Limited are now proud business owners, thanks to an initiative sponsored by Food For the Poor (FFP) Jamaica and Hi-Pro Feeds.