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December 23, 2011
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Jamaica National Children's Home charity a success

G-Whizz performing for the kids. - Photos by Phillip Lynch Jr

The Jamaica National Children's Home opened up its doors on Saturday, December 17 and helped to spread the Christmas cheer, with artistes: G-Whizz, Chozenn, Navino, Charly Black, Thugsy Malone, IQ, Anna and a slew of other artistes, who entertained the children.

The guests were welcomed by the children with a line-up of songs, drums and dance. The artistes then entertained the smiling faces.

The first performance was by G-Whizz, and the children danced and sang along to his lyrics. Thugsy Malone followed, and he sang his Christmas rendition of HolidayBreeze while the children jumped and danced with glee. Chozenn, Anna and IQ spread the holiday cheer with their latest track, This Christmas. Other performances came from the likes of Navino and Charly Black.

The children were then treated to toys, clothing items and a sweet treat.

The Staff of Jamaica National Children's Home, were touched by the giving of time and love from the artistes.

Publicist Anneika Campbell and Triple Dose Productions, now look forward to staging yet another charity event for 2012. "I love to see when people are happy, that touches my heart more than anything," she said.

( l - r ) Charly Black, Chozenn.

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