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KINGSTON — The Jamaica Civil Service Association (JCSA) will stage its second annual fundraising concert next month to support two charities.

The ‘JCSA Celebrity Concert’ in aid of the Women’s Centre Jamaica Foundation (WCJF) and the Glen Bromfield/JCSA Fund, will be held on Saturday, November 11 at the Louise Bennett Garden Theatre. The event, which is being organised by the JCSA’s Woman’s Action Committee (WAC), will commence at 6:30 p.m.

Second Vice President of the JCSA and WAC Monitoring Officer, Sharon Anderson, said that concert will “showcase the talents of the hardworking civil servants of our country” and provide an evening of fun, relaxation and laughter.

She informed that many “celebrity” civil servants, who wanted to do their part for charity, had turned up for the recently held auditions.

“Persons can turn out with high expectations as there will be performances from Michael Nichols, Charmaine Lemonius, Maurice Henry, Aloun Assamba and Lloyd Lovindeer,” she informed.

Regular tickets are $1,000 and $1,500 VIP, and are available at the JCSA Secretariat at 10 Caledonia Avenue, Kingston 5.

The WCJF caters to adolescent mothers, while public servants, who face financial difficulties, can receive assistance for their children through the Glen Bromfield/JCSA Fund.

The concert, which is endorsed by the Cabinet Secretary, will pave the way for Civil Service Week activities from November 20 to 26.


By Joan Gayle

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