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December 28, 2013
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Independence City Primary Carol Service delivers

Independence City Primary School recently had its Christmas carol service on the school's grounds. The event took the form of a cantata where the birth of Jesus Christ was portrayed by the youngsters.

Apart from the story of Jesus's birth being dramatised by the youngsters, others such as the school's choir and dance group as well as songstresses Abigail Meggoe and Jade Lion gave thrilling presentations.

The function was attended by board chairman, Bradley SE Dyer, along with former chairman, Eric Douglas.

Kind donors

Under newly appointed principal, Audrey Young, the school has seen a facelift as kind donors have assisted the school with paint, and a major part of the school has been repainted. There is more work to be done, however.

Independence City Primary was originally an all-age school, which opened to the public in April 1975. The institution has turned out well-rounded individuals who are now playing positive roles in Jamaica in the fields of medicine, the judiciary, security forces, sports, among other professional areas. Here are some of the highlights from the show.

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