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May 22, 2014
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Flow donates to St Catherine Parish Council Labour Day project

The St Catherine Parish Council is the beneficiary of a contribution of $150,000 towards its 2014 Labour Day project from broadband service provider, Columbus Communications Jamaica Limited. The funds will be used to complete work at the Windsor Heights Community Centre.

"We have chosen this as our Labour Day project as we wanted to be sure to do work that will be of meaningful benefit to a challenged or underserved inner-city community," said Councillor Norman Scott, Mayor of Spanish Town.

Scott outlined the scope of work to be completed at the Windsor Heights Community Centre. "We will do painting of the premises, landscaping, planting of trees and creating green areas around the centre by sowing grass seeds, as well as general clean up of the premises," he said.

In addition to its financial contribution, of significance is that the Flow team will join the parish council members and other community volunteers to complete the work at the community centre on Labour Day. "We are proud of the spirit of volunteerism that has become part of our corporate DNA and which fuels our team members to come out to work on Labour Day," said Gail Abrahams, director of corporate communications for Columbus Communications, operators of Flow and Columbus Business Solutions. "It is important to all of us to give back in the communities we serve, and Labour Day provides an excellent opportunity to do just that."

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