CCRP 2018 Living Legacy Awards

CCRP, a non-governmental organisation for persons 50 years and over, last week held their annual Living Legacy Awards.  The four honorees were Nurse Joy Crooks, Founder of CUMI (Committee for the Upliftment of the Mentally Ill), Dr Jean Small, educator and dramatist, Dr Glen Christian, Entrepreneur and philanthropist and Dr Owen James, physician, educator and occupational health & safety specialist.

Major Sponsor Butch Hendrickson and Hon Shahine Robinson, Minister of Labour and Social Security were guest speakers who applauded the recipients for their significant contribution to nation building.

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Former Miss Jamaica Joan McDonald was the gracious Emcee for the Living Legacy Awards.

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LEGACY VIBES: Sponsors of the CCRP 2018 Awards Mr & Mrs Butch Hendrickson, National Baking Company and Custos of Kingston Hon Steadman Fuller are welcomed to the annual luncheon by Executive Chair Jean Lowrie-Chin (2nd right).

Minister of Labour & Social Security Hon Shahine Robinson and Sponsor Butch Hendrickson, Chairman of National Baking Company join together to congratulate the recipients of the CCRP Living Legacy Awards at the event held last Friday at the Mona Visitors Lodge.

Minister of Labour & Social Security Hon Shahine Robinson and Sponsor Butch Hendrickson, Chairman of National Baking Company join together to congratulate the recipients of the CCRP Living Legacy Awards at the event held last Friday at the Mona Visitors Lodge.

 

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CONGRATS FRIEND! Butch Hendrickson, Chairman of National Baking Company, chief sponsor of the CCRP Living Legacy Awards congratulates Honoree Hon. Glen Christian at the presentation luncheon held las week at Mona Visitors Lodge.

Distinguished guests at last week’s CCRP Living Legacy Awards at Mona Visitors Lodge. From left Hon Bruce Golding, Kingston Custos Hon Steadman Fuller, Mrs Marva Christian, Living Legacy Honoree Hon. Glen Christian, Mrs Heidi Hendrickson, Mr Butch Hendrickson, Chairman of main sponsor National Baking Company, Minister of Labour & Social Security Hon. Shahine Robinson and Political Ombudsman Hon. Donna Parchment Brown.

GREAT GATHERING: Distinguished guests at last week’s CCRP Living Legacy Awards at Mona Visitors Lodge. From left Hon Bruce Golding, Kingston Custos Hon Steadman Fuller, Mrs Marva Christian, Living Legacy Honoree Hon. Glen Christian, Mrs Heidi Hendrickson, Mr Butch Hendrickson, Chairman of main sponsor National Baking Company, Minister of Labour & Social Security Hon. Shaine Robinson and Political Ombudsman Hon. Donna Parchment Brown.

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HAPPY MOMENT: Hon Bruce Golding warmly congratulates the legendary Nurse Joy Crooks, CCRP Living Legacy Honoree. Nurse Crooks is the co-founder of the Committee for the Upliftment for the Mentally Ill, who rescued scores of street people, oversaw their rehabilitation and reunited them with their families.

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Mrs Irene Walter, Chairman of the CCRP Caring Committee, has a smile that lights up the room.

 

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CELEBRATING! CCRP Living Legacy Honoree Dr Owen James dances with wife Karen to the music of legendary Ernie Smith.

  

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Recipients of 2017 CCRP Living Legacy Awards Poet and Educator Cecile Jarrett and her husband Norman Jarrett, initiator of an award-winning Literacy Improvement Programme with the Kiwanis Club of Downtown Kingston.