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Prime Minister’s Youth Awards Feature

Get the Facts | August 14, 2013
The awards ceremony for the Prime Minister’s Youth Award for Excellence is to be staged in another few days. Several outstanding young Jamaicans are to be honoured for their contribution to Jamaica. 29 outstanding young men and women have been nominated for this year’s Prime Minister’s Youth Award for excellence. Obviously, not all will receive the Prime Minister’s Youth Award, but all nominees will be honored at the awards ceremony, scheduled for Emancipation Park, Sunday March 24 at 4 pm.
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