After 5 Finals, here are your Point Standings for the ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys and Girls Championships!
Suga expects HYDEL, JAGO & HOLMWOOD to come up in the sprints for the Girls, but EDWIN ALLEN should still take Champs. I have to big up IMMACULATE who might finally take back the Corporate area this year. Can CALABAR nurse their injuries and improve execution from a tight situation to beat KC? Stay tuned! 2 more days to go!
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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The Immaculate Conception High School’s (I.C.H.S) Alumnae Association will be hosting its biggest Biennial Fundraising event, the I.C.H.S Hall of Fame Banquet on March 23, 2019 at The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel.
Funds go towards awarding Immaculate Students with tertiary level scholarships in the field of their choice so they can achieve their goals and help to build a bigger, better Jamaica.
Did you know?!
Did you know that founder and owner of Island Grill, Thalia Lyn, is a past student of Immaculate? A true representation of Mac Girl Magic.
Over the years, past Immaculate ladies have excelled in various fields such as Business and Commerce, Law, Medicine, Volunteerism, Education, the Arts and more.
For the Hall of Fame, nominees were chosen according to who stood out in the categories mentioned, i.e. excelling in their field. Nominees should have made a significant impact to the economy or culture locally and internationally, while being role models, leaving legacies well documented for the next generation.
Please show your support to these phenomenal women that are the 2019 Hall of Fame Nominees by purchasing tickets to the Hall of Fame Banquet.
This year the ICHS Alumnae will honour:
• Heather Bubb Clarke – Arts, Social Services & Voluntarism
• Judith Bennett- Murray – Education
• Janice Ho Lung – Education
• Donia Scott – Science & Technology
• Donnette Staas – Science & Technology
• Cecile Salter – Voluntarism
*Note that you or your company have the option to purchase a table.
*Payments can be made online
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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Come out this Sunday from 2pm – 4pm at the Convent of Immaculate Conception High to see budding and experienced talent at the same time. Past and present students of Immaculate High will be showcasing their works of Art.
GW Art will be there. Come and meet me! Part proceeds of sales go towards the renovations of the school’s art studios.
The exhibition runs from this Thursday, November 15th to next Tuesday, November 20th from 10am to 6pm at St. Francis Hall by the Convent on the grounds of Immaculate Conception High School.
Gabby a.k.a Suga’s alma mater, Immaculate Conception High School, began reconstruction of its Food and Nutrition Lab on Monday, July 2, 2018 and fundraising has been ongoing. However, they are were short by about $750,000JMD at the beginning of the summer.
When I heard about this, as past Deputy Head Girl (2002-2003), founder and owner of the website,
http://www.suglifestyle.com, I had to help. I thought instead of giving a donation personally, I could make more of an impact by approaching fellow alumnae. It’s a good thing I did, because so many did not know about the reconstruction of the F/N Lab.
Suga Lifestyle is a brand encompassed on the blog, sugalifestyle.com, and is intended to inspire, educate and entertain via various types of posts categorized by; GW Art, Restaurant Reviews and Ratings, Brand Jamaica, Charities, Health and Fitness, Sports and more.
Since I do Restaurant reviews for my website, it would not only be towards supporting our alma mater, but the future of our Culinary Industry.
Many top Caterers and Bakers currently in the Culinary industry are I.C.H.S Alumnae. To name a few of them and their businesses, Observer Table Talk Food Awards Caterer of the Year, Celeste Gordon of Whip It Up, Pastry Passions, Charissa Henry of Pink Apron Ja, Kuk Up Kreations, Suga Buzz, Levy’s Goodies, Cake Couture Ja and I.C.H.S’s Hall of Famer, Thalia Lyn of Island Grill! Whether or not the idea of fulfilling their dream began at Immaculate, High School is where it all began for many and after all, serves as our very strong foundation.
I attended the I.C.H.S Alumnae’s Monthly Planning session last Sunday to handover the cheque from Suga Lifestyle on behalf of myself and fellow ‘Mac Girl Sisters’, and to become more involved as well. I am extremely happy we were able to help to support our bright future and our alma mater.
The F/N Lab looks fantastic for the opening of the new school year with a few finishing touches to be made. For instance the addition of blenders and other items.
Take a look!
Thanks again to my Mac Girl sisters who helped to make this donation possible!
Dr. Astrid Batchelor – 2004 Danielle Hammond – 2001 Gillian Jackson – 2001 Janelle Johnson – 2001 Jessica Fowler – 2001 Kadonah Davis – 2001 Lisa-Gaye Greene – 2001 Maxine Spencer – 1971 Michaelia McLean – 1997 Monique Morgan – 2001 Renee Davis – 2001 Sara-Lu Campbell – 2001 Sasha Innis – 2005 Shanique Cathey – 2001 Tony-Ann Lyew – 2001
By: Gabrielle Burgess
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