Kiwanis Club of Hope, Young Professionals Labour Day Project 2013

On Jamaican “Labour Day” 2013 (May 23, 2013) the Kiwanis Club of Hope, Young Professionals partnered with the Kiwanis Club of Constant Spring to repaint the canteen of the Hope Valley Experimental School. The school, situated on the outskirts of August Town amd Elleston Flats in Kingston Jamaica, represents the government’s efforts to bring together entirely able-bodied children with children with physical impairments in one unified classroom.

Here are some images captured of the activity:

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