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John Gray High School students have raised more than $1,200 to help purchase a prosthetic leg for an 11-year-old boy in Westmoreland, Jamaica, whose limb was amputated after he was diagnosed with bone cancer in 2020.
“Flag Day dates back to the 1920s in the UK,” said Felicia McLean, Jasmine’s director of nursing and operations. “Pretty much, the UK didn’t want to have people continuously out in the streets seeking donations year round and so they passed a law that allowed all the charities to come out on the streets on the same day out of the year. On that day, each charity would come out with their flags and seek donations.”
How many times have women wanted men to see what it is like, trying to walk in heels? This Thursday, at 5pm, they can scratch that itch by heading to Market Street in Camana Bay to watch the fifth annual A Walk in Her Shoes event.
Grab your tropical frock, guayabera shirt, or fedora; perfect your 1930s paseo runway look; and get ready to celebrate, Cuban style!
Boatswain Bay Presbyterian Church, Women in the Church will hold its biannual Ladies/Teen Girls Conference and Retreat May 13-15.