The KC fraternity is today celebrating the life of Neville 'Teddy' McCook.
The loss can become unbearable for us if we choose to view it as the end of his life; I extend my condolences to the McCook family. I would like to view this as the start of
The 2013 ISSA/Grace Kennedy Boys' and Girls' Athletics Championships held from March 12 to March 16 at Jamaica's National Stadium provided a feast of record breaking performances. Reports are that 30 records fell over the five day event for Jamaican high schools.
Calabar High School romped home with the
On Saturday, March 2, 2013 Kings and Queens dressed to impress, converged on the Flowers Center located in Queens NY. The facility owned and operated by our good friend and Calabar High alum, Dr. Neville Flowers, was the scene of the annual KCOBA USA Inc. (NY Chapter) Winter Scholarship Dance.
Earl Adams, Treasurer of the KCOBA Atlanta chapter, and his wife Alicia, recently made a brief visit to KC's North Street Campus. They were on the island for the funeral of Earl's mother, the late Daphne Davis-Adams.
During the visit, Earl delivered a check from the Atlanta chapter to the
Malcolm Stewart is the son of well known KCOB Winston Stewart
To Malcolm Stewart, there aren’t many things more important than soccer.
Academics is one of those important things, and the Ball Ground teenager sees class work as being more difficult than it ever had
The service was officially slated to begin promptly at 2:00 pm; however I arrived at 12:19 pm to ensure that I did not have to park too far from the Chapel. As I drove down South Camp Road towards North Street, I did not spot too many cars. But as
The Jamaican Inaugural Ball, in support of the David “Wagga” Hunt Scholarship Fund under the Distinguished Patronage of the Jamaican Ambassador to the United States of America, Stephen Vasciannie was a night of elegance, food, dance and a portrayal of Jamaican athletics history and culture.
In attendance were dignitaries, such as