One hundred and fifteen students are this year’s recipients of scholarships valued at $4.3 million from the Kingston College Old Boys USA Inc., $2.8M, Atlanta, $1.3M and our emerging New England, in this its inaugural year, provides three scholarships.
Youngsters from grades 7-13 attended a scholarship ceremony on Wednesday,
It was a historic weekend for the Atlanta Chapter of the KC Old Boys Association as we welcomed KC's principal Dave Myrie and his wife to Atlanta for the first time. They were met at the airport, transported to their hotel by chapter President, Dr. Glen Laman and later attended
The 17th installment of the Florida KC Old Boys’ Big Purple Session moved to new quarters at the Temple Beth Emet at 4807 South Flaming Road in Cooper City. The impressive venue was lit up on October 3rd, 2015 for one of the most talked about events in South Florida’s
On Monday, December 7, it was jubilation for the entire KC fraternity as both the Under 14 and the Under 16 Football Teams were crowned Champions. 2015 marks three consecutive years that the Under 14 Team has won the title while the Under 16 ended a 20-year drought – having
The year 2015 was the second year in a row that Atlanta employed the matching funds approach to raising funds. Over the 15 years of the chapter’s existence, we have tried the route of the traditional banquets, walk-a-thons, parties and raffles.
The first year at the suggestion of
Milliken Mills High School in Markham is Dr. Kurt MacDonald’s alma mater.
It might have well been Jamaica’s Kingston College.
His father, Doug MacDonald and late uncle, Maurice MacDonald, were the president and vice-president, respectively, of the Kingston College Old Boys Association’s Toronto chapter and their late father – Edward
When KC Chapel Choir director, Audley Davidson, floated his idea of outfitting the choir with bowties to Noel Spencer, the wheels were set in motion.
Noel did a quick design of a bow-tie and contacted a garment maker in China to produce them. The Chinese firm shipped the 50
The 2016 edition of the David “Wagga” Hunt Scholarship Ball will be held on Saturday, January 16, 2016.
This red-carpet event will be held in the elegant atrium of the National Education Association (NEA) building at 1201 16th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20036, USA, under the distinguished patronage of Jamaican