Icons and a Korean agency donate health products to schools
Representatives from the Iterboreale Basic School pose with Icones of Annotto Bay leaders after receiving their contribution. (Photo: Patrick Henry)
st The charity Mary Icons of Annotto Bay recently presented the latest batch of products he obtained through the sponsorship of the Korean Embassy in Kingston and the Korea International Alumni Cooperation Agency, Jamaica Chapter, to support schools and other institutions in their fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic .
The Embassy and alumni have combined efforts to offer sponsorship of health items worth US$4,000 (approximately US$600,000) to ease the burden on St Mary’s schools.
Icons was represented at the presentations by the organization’s president, Wyatt “Spur” Williams, and secretary, Odette Smith Williams.
Enfield Primary School was not left out since here, school representatives and Icons executives meet for a photo after the handover. (Photo: Patrick Henry)
Bromley Primary School principal Caleaf Williams (right) shakes hands with Wyatt Williams after the transfer. (Photo: Patrick Henry)
Annotto Bay Primary School Principal Wayne Tatam and Icons Secretary Odette Smith Williams pause for a snapshot. (Photo: Patrick Henry)
Robin’s Bay Primary School principal Ryon McNaught (left) expresses his gratitude to Wyatt Williams. (Photo: Patrick Henry)
Belfield Primary School principal Michael Calvert (right) poses for a photo op with Wyatt Williams after collecting items for the school. (Photo: Patrick Henry)
Headmaster of Clonmel Primary School, Oshea Davis accepts products from Wyatt Williams. (Photo: Patrick Henry)