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9 Boxing towers donated by Trench Town for Life

Thanks to the efforts of #TrenchTownForLife, Boys' Town is now the owners of 9 new boxing towers.  Our fastest growing sporting interest is boxing and we thank Trench Town for Life for the continued interest in our programs. Special thanks to Danielle (Chambers) Perkins, the 2014 Female NY State Golden Glove Champ for offering the towers and helping to make this happen! .
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Western Sports Essay Competition Winner

Ariel receiving her winnngs
We are pleased to announce that Ariel Gapour is the winner of the top prize in the 2015 Western Sports Essay Competition. The top prize is $40,000.00 total in cash and prizes from Western Sports. The breakdown of the prize is as follows: • $20,000.00 WSL Gift Certificate made out to the school (for sporting goods and or equipment from Western Sports • $10,000.00 cheque made out to the schoo...
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“Straight Talk” about managing your money

The show went on this morning when the Charles Hyatt Foundation visited Boys' Town All Age School and held this months "Straight Talk" session.  The topic this month was how to manage money. The students had a wonderful time coming up with ideas about managing their money from giving it to family members to investing it. Unfortunately Ms. Anika Smith, of Mayberry Investments, was not able to make ...
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75th Anniversary Press Conference

Boys Town 75th Anniversary Official logo
Today's press conference was a great success. The media came out and was treated not only great music from Trench Town, but also with the importance and historic context that Boys' Town is and has for Trench Town, Kingston, Jamaica, and the world. The head table was filled with some if Jamaica's very mportant people. The list was as follows: Lyndel Wright, O. D. (Board Director) Andrew Pr...
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Boys’ Town And Father Sherlock

The history of the Boys' Town institution and its founder have been beautifully depicted in a recent editorial in the Jamaica Gleaner. See the article below: What ought to be a major celebration in Jamaica, which is to run for all of November, is scheduled to be launched today. We fear that it will not get the attention it deserves. Which is a great shame, for the country would have forfeited a...
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