September 2016 Volume 13

US$10,000 Donation boosts KC Synthetic Track Fund

Staff reporter KC Times
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KC’s principal, Dave Myrie recently received a US$10,000 check towards the planned synthetic track to be installed at the school’s Melbourne campus.

The check was the contribution of Old Boy Noel Spencer and his wife, Dr. Patricia Miller-Spencer. The couple were in Jamaica and made the presentation at Myrie’s office at KC. Also on hand to witness the donation were Maurice Weir of KCOBA Jamaica and Audley Hewitt of the Florida chapter.

The cost of the track is estimated at US$400,000 and that’s just to install the running track. The overall project including equipment could top US$500,000.

If you would like to contribute to the track project, see below for ways to do so:

How to Contribute


Atlanta Chapter: (select sports program)

Florida Chapter:



Kingston College

2A North Street, Kingston, Jamaica

Attn: Dave Myrie

KC Old Boy’s Association (GA) Inc

460 Cascade Rise Ct

Atlanta, GA 30331

Kingston College Old Boys’ Association, FL.

4125 Hollywood Blvd

Hollywood, Fl 33021

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