The Kingston College Chapel Choir tour of Washingston, DC from May 3rd to 6th 2012 was highly anticipated by all involved. Upon arrival in Miami we were immediately met with the cool, cool weather — a welcome change from the typically warm day in Jamaica. The group continued on to
Ten current KC students have been selected to receive cash awards under the George Thompson Memorial Scholarship Fund administered by the Atlanta KC Old Boys Association.
The students are:
Roberto Brooks 8 Holding
Diop Campbell 9 Clarke
The 29th Annual Reunion and Awards Dinner (Reunion) of the Kingston College Old Boys’ Association USA, Inc. (KCOBA) was held on the 5th May 2012 at Antun’s, an upscale catering establishment in Springfield Gardens, Queens, New York. It was a splendid affair attended by approximately 300 patrons. The
The 102nd staging of Jamaica’s Boys’ and Girls’ Championships, popularly known as Champs, which was held at the National Stadium at the end of March, surely stoked excitement both on and off the track. For quite a few lucky fans, Champs 2012 will undoubtedly be etched in their minds for
Giovanni received a George Thompson Memorial Fund Old Boy Award in 2011
My experiences at college began in August, 2008 when I first attended The University of Technology (UTech), in Jamaica. Presently, I am a student-athlete at the University of South Carolina, Aiken (USCA). Before I proceed directly
Christopher Allen, captain of the 2007 Manning Cup squad that made it to the semi-final round, graduated from Mount Vernon Nazarene University, on Saturday, May 19, 2012. He was conferred with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in Business Technology. Allen, the recipient of a scholarship from KCOBA New York,
February 2, 1954 – March 20, 2012
A “Fortis “since 1964, named Derrick at birth, he acquired the names, “Renny” and “Shango” from his sojourns at KC, and DJ for his Shanghai disco set respectively.
It is said that it is the thought behind a man’s actions that