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.
Jamaica Broilers Group donated tools, equipment and supplies valued about $1 million to the Jamaica Defence Force’s contingent which left the island last week for Dominica to assist the storm-ravaged neighbours.
The Agriculture minister says the Ministry and the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) will continue to support the farmers so they can rebound in time for Denbigh in August.
Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon. Karl Samuda, says he is confident the agricultural sector will rebound to continue its growth contribution to the economy.
The Jamaica Broilers Group team poses with the teaching staff of Old Harbour Primary School after distributing 50 gift baskets to teachers at the school.
THE JAMAICA BROILERS GROUP (JBG) MORE THAN TRIPLED THE NUMBER OF TEACHERS WHO RECEIVED GIFTS FROM THE GROUP’S VARIOUS BRANDS ON TEACHER’S DAY.
The first event in the Everyone’s a Winner with The Best Dressed Chicken Road Race Series was successfully held last Sunday at Hope Gardens, with benefit partner, the Diabetes Association of Jamaica, hosting a series of check-ups using newly donated equipment from The Best Dressed Chicken, which includes wheelchairs, cholesterol machines, body mass index (BMI) scale and an echocardiogram (ECG) machine.
Danah Cameron (left), Group Public Relations & Training Officer at Jamaica Broilers Group presents a symbolic cheque for $300,000 to Canon Hartley Perrin, Chairman of the Clifton Boys Home, while P. J. Patterson (right), former Prime Minister and former Member of Parliament for Eastern Westmoreland looks on. The presentation took place on Monday, April 24 at Heis Consults, in the R. Danny Williams Building, New Kingston. The funds donated by the Jamaica Broilers Group will go towards the rebuilding of the Clifton Boys Home in Darliston, Westmoreland, which has been destroyed by fire. Since then the boys have been housed at the Assemblies of Holiness Church, in the adjoining district of Caledonia.
It was a lot more than bun and cheese at the senior citizens’ Easter treat hosted by the Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG) at its Best Dressed Chicken (BDC) Sports Club in Spring Village, St. Catherine. It was a time of fun, food, and story-telling by the elders about the times long before BDC set up its processing plant in the area. Most of them worked at the plant until their retirement.
If you happen to be driving towards the GC Foster College of Physical Education and Sport from the Spanish Town bypass in St Catherine on a Friday or Saturday afternoon, it is highly likely that a few metres before getting to the institution, something will hit you. You will spot a blue, black and yellow Best Dressed Chicken jerk stand, smoke- emitting silver jerk pans, a blue tarpaulin, seats and people lined up — all this to behold at the entrance of Villmore Gardens on the right side of the roadway.