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Jamaica Gleaner Gallery | Crayons Count! |  Crayons Count held the Official event to mark the first annual Children's Day in Jamaica. Christopher Barnes, managing director of The Gleaner Company and Lisa Hanna, minister of youth and culture interact with children from basic schools downtown Kingston, during an After school event for children from basic schools chosen by the national child month committee from Downtown Kingston. held at the Gleaner's parking lot along East street.

Jamaica Gleaner Gallery | Crayons Count! | Crayons Count held the Official event to mark the first annual Children's Day in Jamaica. Christopher Barnes, managing director of The Gleaner Company and Lisa Hanna, minister of youth and culture interact with children from basic schools downtown Kingston, during an After school event for children from basic schools chosen by the national child month committee from Downtown Kingston. held at the Gleaner's parking lot along East street.

Minister of Education Ronald Thwaites (second left) talks with Deika Morrison (right), Steven Sykes (left), director of operations, and Dr Freeman Hrabowski, president of the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Occasion was the handover of a box of Crayons Count material to the minister on Thursday. -Ian Allen/Photographer

Minister of Education Ronald Thwaites (second left) talks with Deika Morrison (right), Steven Sykes (left), director of operations, and Dr Freeman Hrabowski, president of the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Occasion was the handover of a box of Crayons Count material to the minister on Thursday. -Ian Allen/Photographer

'Do Good' Seeks Basic Learning Tools.  In photo - From left: Chairman of Continental Baking Company Limited, Gary 'Butch' Hendrickson; Miss Jamaica World 2011 Danielle Crosskill and managing director of the Gleaner Company, Christopher Barnes, assist children from The Voluntary Organisation For The Upliftment Of Children in colouring their books. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer

'Do Good' Seeks Basic Learning Tools. In photo - From left: Chairman of Continental Baking Company Limited, Gary 'Butch' Hendrickson; Miss Jamaica World 2011 Danielle Crosskill and managing director of the Gleaner Company, Christopher Barnes, assist children from The Voluntary Organisation For The Upliftment Of Children in colouring their books. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer

Article about funds pledged to Crayons Count.  Photo: Deika Morrison discusses the concept of Crayons Count to Effiom Whyte (left), president of the Rotary Club of Kingston, and Robert MacMillan, honorary consul, Consulate of Iceland, during the club's weekly luncheon at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston yesterday. - Ian allen/Photographer.

Article about funds pledged to Crayons Count. Photo: Deika Morrison discusses the concept of Crayons Count to Effiom Whyte (left), president of the Rotary Club of Kingston, and Robert MacMillan, honorary consul, Consulate of Iceland, during the club's weekly luncheon at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston yesterday. - Ian allen/Photographer.

Another one of my articles ----> Jeopardising Childhood Rights - More Needs To Be Done To Celebrate Our Children

Another one of my articles ----> Jeopardising Childhood Rights - More Needs To Be Done To Celebrate Our Children

Minister of State for Tourism Damion Crawford reads to Dejanea McIntyre (left) and Xarian Taylor, both students of Pentab Early Childhood Institution, in the Crayons Count learning lorry yesterday in central Kingston. The after-school event was held in the Gleaner parking lot along East Street. Participating schools were selected by the National Child Month Committee.- Gladstone Taylor/Photographer

Minister of State for Tourism Damion Crawford reads to Dejanea McIntyre (left) and Xarian Taylor, both students of Pentab Early Childhood Institution, in the Crayons Count learning lorry yesterday in central Kingston. The after-school event was held in the Gleaner parking lot along East Street. Participating schools were selected by the National Child Month Committee.- Gladstone Taylor/Photographer

Crayons do count - News - JamaicaObserver.com

Crayons do count - News - JamaicaObserver.com

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