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The Re-Birth Project was proud beneficiaries of the Sagicor Foundation's "45 Ways to Give Back" Campaign. Melody Cammock-Gayle proudly accepted the cheque which will go towards the expenses for Phase 3 which is scheduled to commence in January 2016.
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Beverly Douglas (seated left) – Deputy General Manager (Remittance), Lasco Financial services Limited (LFSL) and Maria Morrison (seated right), COO, First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union (FHC), sign on the dotted line to seal the partnership between First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union and Lasco Financial Services Limited (LFSL)-MoneyGram while Nicolene Worthy-Donaldson (standing left), Marketing Manager and Maxien Davis (standing right), General Manager – Customer Service & Sales, FHC look on with anticipation. The partnership agreement was recently signed at the FHC head office and forms a part of both entities mandate to continue to provide excellent customer service and convenience for their members/customers. With over 160,000 FHC members and 11 FHC’s branches where the MoneyGram service is now available, this will add to LFSL’s over 120 locations island wide, to widen the reach and offerings to the needs of customers,embers and shareholders.
Maria Morrison (centre), COO, First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union (FHC) is delighted to greet Peter Thomas, long time FHC member after he uses the MoneyGram service in the credit union for the first time whilst Beverly Douglas (right) – Deputy General Manager (Remittance), Lasco Financial Services Limited (LFSL) looks on approvingly. Lasco Financial Services Limited and First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union recently partnered to offer the MoneyGram service in select FHC branches islandwide. This partnership will offer to members and the general public the flexibility and convenience to conduct money transfer services throughout 11 of FHC’s branches islandwide.
Attorney-at-Law and Former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson has identified independent power producer Jamaica Energy Partners (JEP) as a company to watch as Jamaica charts a new course in sustainable energy production.
Mr. Patterson was Keynote speaker at JEP’s 20th anniversary celebration at the Mona Visitors’ Lodge in Kingston, recently. The event also served as an awards ceremony for 11 staff members who have devoted 20 years of loyal commitment to the company, having been with JEP since its inception.
The company which started operations in 1995 now provides more than 20 per cent of the island’s power needs as supplier to the Jamaica Public Service Company Limited. JEP has more than doubled capacity over its 20-year existence. Collectively, along with sister company West Kingston Power Partners, it provides 190MW to the grid.
CEO Wayne Mckenzie, said at the event that the company is looking forward to participating in the push towards adding renewable capacity to local power supply and commended the company’s Jamaican staff who participated in the organisation’s transformation.
In what was billed as a must-attend event, CB pulled out all the stops for PAN-X, the 10th staging of its annual pan chicken competition finale. Despite the inclement weather, its new venue packed to capacity, attendees sampled more than 28 variations of pan chicken, many other delectable food offerings and danced the night away with Chris Martin, Barrington Levy, Cham and surprise guest, Bounty Killer.