Transcript of "Jasy Camp July 4 2011 Opening Ceremony Brochure (Final)"
J From the dusty alleys of Riverton to the gorgeous MONA Bowl at the University of the West Indies . . . Thanks for helping these A deserving children see what is achievable in life with faith, S compassion and a commitment to succeed. Y JASY Camp 2011 Opening Ceremony Sir Frank Worrell Field 9:15 – 10:00 am July 4, 2011 University of West Indies, Mona Campus Master of Ceremonies Mr. Fabian Brown Director Development, National Transformation Programme Dignitaries Msgr. Richard J. Albert Founder St. Patrick’s Foundation Amb. Pamela E. Bridgewater U.S. Ambassador to Jamaica Rev. Louis Grenier, SJ Ministry of Education Consultant (retired) Hon. Andrew Holness, MP Minister of Education, Leader of the House Ms. Grace Jackson Sports Development Director, University of the West Indies Mr. Mark A. Jones Chairman, Global Gateway Solutions, Inc. 2011 Camp JASY Mission Volunteers: Mr. Mark McKensie Chairman, St. Patrick’s FoundationKelby Ash Olivia Cole Nathaniel Kim Clive Mohalland Shanine Shaw Ms. Marcia McLeod General Manager, St. Patrick’s FoundationOliver Ash Taylor Frank Alyssa Herge Lex-Anna Morgan Joanne Stiles Dr. Laura Tanna Author, Editor and Director American Friends of JamaicaMaddie Ashworth Yasheda Green Curt Herge, Jr. Alonzo Mothersill Abby TeitgenBryan Aubel Tim Harper Erika Herge Deandra Nembhard Latoya ThomasChris Aubel Julia Hayden Madge Herge Max Noto Kim TinderKevan Aubel Anthonesia Henry Kate Hegley Paulina Paw Philip TinderBrian Blackwood Libby Jones Sara Loveys Kelly Rider Sarah TinderNiki Brodeur Nicolette Jones David McEneany Demar Robinson Denelle WilksHorace Byfield Zach Zimmer JASY is a mission outreach programme sponsored by First Presbyterian Church of Pittsford, NY, St. John Fisher College Rochester, NY and St. Patrick’s Foundation Kingston Jamaica. JASY supports Jamaica’s National Transformation Programme For more information: www.JASY.info
JASY Camp 2011 Participation in JASY Camp is a reward and a reinforcement for student behaviours and accomplishments in St. Patrick’s Educational and Vocational Opening Ceremony Programme Training Programmes. At JASY Camp we use sports as a vehicle for teaching and reinforcing life lessons.Prelude St. Patrick’s Marching Band We hope all participants have an outstanding time at JASY Camp and that some of what is learned at JASY Camp will have a life-long impact on who you are and whatParade & Warm up cheer JASY Campers you can and will become.Greetings Mr. Fabian Brown We are most grateful to the many individuals andOpening Prayer & Dedications Rev. Louis Grenier, SJ organisations whose generosity makesJamaican National Anthem All – led by Marching Band JASY Camp possibleUnited States National Anthem All – led by Marching BandJASY Camp Overview and Mr. Fabian BrownSponsor AcknowledgementEndorsements:University of the West Indies Ms. Grace JacksonUS Embassy Ambassador Pamela BridgewaterMinistry of Education Hon. Andrew Holness, MPMusical Interlude St. Patrick’s Marching BandJASY Camper Challenge Msgr. Richard AlbertParade Marching Band leads Campers Let the Games Begin !!! JASY Camp Themes DedicationTeamwork – We are all connected. You are my brother / sister. What we cando together is awesome. Several JASY campers have been sponsored in honorJoy – I love God. I love my neighbour. I love myself. I help others in need. and memory of: Thomas Grow Father of Mary GrowFaith – I am a believer. My life has purpose. I honour God . I am a winner. Sonia Antonette Hutchinson Mother of Yasheda GreenGratitude – I am blessed. I am grateful. A thankful heart is a happy heart. Bob McEneany Brother of David McEneanyThe Finish Line –Realizing what is important in life, I will make good decisions Sr. Mary Andrew, FMS Golden Jubilee Celebrationand lead a good life. I will run the good race. Bryan J. Whitney Son of Jack & Cathy Whitney
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