In the photo above, Ambassador Vasciannie and his wife Lisa pose with President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama at a Reception held at the White House for Ambassadors and other Heads of Mission to the United States of America and their spouses, on July 19, 2013.
Ambassador Stephen Vasciannie,
The Kingston College Chapel Choir had a very successful concert at the UWI Chapel on Sunday, December 22, 2013.
This was our most ambitious and most expensive concert to date. The music chosen by Choir Director, Audley Davidson was challenging; it required many hours of rehearsal but in the
On September 20, 2013 at the Philadelphia, PA residence of Mr. Brian Grant, CEO of Premier Financial Group Inc. KCOBA NY hosted the inaugural Kingston College Library & Technology Capital Campaign Program. For many of us who were skeptical of this bold initiative, that was laid to rest on October
Michael Reckord, Gleaner Writer
Here's a 'money-back' recipe for a successful concert.
Select a universally acclaimed musical composition. Add one of Jamaica's best school choirs and a handful of professional soloists. Obtain some of our top instrumentalists to accompany them. Rehearse for three months.
That's what the organising committee for
Work is Love made visible. The Kingston College PTA continued to add value to our school in 2013; just a mere six months into our administration, by immersing into the trenches to make best for our boys/wards.
The KC PTA is very proud of its 2013 efforts –
The Atlanta chapter held its Annual George Thompson Memorial Scholarship Fund Dance on Saturday, December 14, 2013 at the usual venue in Alpharetta, Georgia.
The purpose of the dance was to raise money for the fund that was started a few years ago by the Atlanta Chapter in honor
The Anthony Williams Show (TAWS) debuted recently on the Atlanta Broadcasting Network. It can be heard on Thursday nights from 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm on WIGO 1570 AM or online at http://abnlive.net.
Williams has accumulated a wealth of experience in various industries both in Jamaica and the United States. He
Stanley Williams, a retired teacher who taught at Kingston College during the 1960’s has died. He was also a former principal of Manning’s High School, Vice Principal at Camperdown High School and Jamaica College.
Williams met his wife while they were both teachers at KC. He taught Biology, Botany and