Recipients of the country’s fifth highest honour, the Order of Jamaica, share in a light moment after being presented with the award, during the National Honours and Awards ceremony held on National Heroes Day today (October 17) on the lawns of King’s House. From left are: Ambassador Anthony Johnson who received the award for distinguished national service in the public and private sectors and his contribution to the Jamaican foreign service; Professor Denise Eldemire-Shearer for outstanding and distinguished advocacy for senior citizens in the fields of health and welfare; former Member of Parliament Dr. Kenneth Lee O’Neil Baugh, for his distinguished service to Parliament, public service and for his contribution to medicine; and Professor Renn Osmond Holness for outstanding contribution to the field of medicine.


Recipients of the country’s fifth highest honour, the Order of Jamaica, share in a light moment after being presented with the award, during the National Honours and Awards ceremony held on National Heroes Day today (October 17) on the lawns of King’s House. From left are: Ambassador Anthony Johnson who received the award for distinguished national service in the public and private sectors and his contribution to the Jamaican foreign service; Professor Denise Eldemire-Shearer for outstanding and distinguished advocacy for senior citizens in the fields of health and welfare; former Member of Parliament Dr. Kenneth Lee O’Neil Baugh, for his distinguished service to Parliament, public service and for his contribution to medicine; and Professor Renn Osmond Holness for outstanding contribution to the field of medicine.

Recipients of the country’s fifth highest honour, the Order of Jamaica, share in a light moment after being presented with the award, during the National Honours and Awards ceremony held on National Heroes Day today (October 17) on the lawns of King’s House. From left are: Ambassador Anthony Johnson who received the award for distinguished national service in the public and private sectors and his contribution to the Jamaican foreign service; Professor Denise Eldemire-Shearer for outstanding and distinguished advocacy for senior citizens in the fields of health and welfare; former Member of Parliament Dr. Kenneth Lee O’Neil Baugh, for his distinguished service to Parliament, public service and for his contribution to medicine; and Professor Renn Osmond Holness for outstanding contribution to the field of medicine.

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