Giving and receiving with Courts

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May 09, 2016
Contributed Leading from the front, Unicomer (Jamaica) Limited's managing director, Dennis Harris (left) is fully focused on beautifying the classroom for special needs students located at the Harbour View Primary School. Harris was part of the 120-member Unicomer volunteer team that participated in painting classrooms, creating murals on walls and enhancing outdoor areas at various institutions islandwide.
Contributed Ann-Marie Walters (left), director of sales, and Ana-Alicia McKenzie, customer relations agent of Unicomer (Jamaica) Limited, diligently complete a portion of the mural at the Lucea Learning Centre.
Patrick Planter/ Photography Staff of St Aloysius Primary (from left) Merlene Campbell, vice-principal; Keisha Osborne, senior teacher; Cila Brown, Grade One teacher; and Panceta Walker, Grade Two teacher, were happy to be feted by Courts at the Teacher's Day luncheon at Alhambra Inn, St Andrew.
Patrick Planter/Photographer Courts Jamaica marketing officer Renae McKenzie (left), presents Kamonese Richards, nurse at St Aloysius Primary School in Kingston, with a tablet, the special prize at the Teacher's Day luncheon at Alhambra Inn, St Andrew.
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Unicomer (Jamaica) recently pulled out more that 200 Courts members to paint several classrooms for children, and on Teachers' Day, Courts staff in all three counties took teachers out for a well-deserved luncheon, where they also presented gifts.

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