Tennis Star Serena Williams helps build school in Trelawny

February 09, 2016
Photo courtesy (IG: Warren Weir)

If you think a tennis racket is the only thing Serena Williams knows her way around, you are wrong.

She certainly knows how to swing a hammer from left to right.

The tennis star is in Jamaica, helping to build the Salt Marsh Primary School in Trelawny.

The Serena Williams Fund partnered with Helping Hands Jamaica to make the project possible but Williams gathered a team of persons to help expedite the process.

Jamaican track stars, Yohan Blake and Warren Weir were members of the hardworking team.

On Monday, Williams was fully decked in her work gear, which included her goggles and tool belt.

She made the announcement to her millions of followers on Facebook with a video showing off her building skills.

















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