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Salt Spring Primary & Infant School Receives facelift

Roundabout JA | September 9, 2019

The Salt Spring Primary and Infant School in Montego Bay, St. James, has received well needed facelift, courtesy of the St. James Police. The work, undertaken by the police, in collaboration with men from the community, included replacing the school’s perimeter fencing, renovating the garbage receptacle and removing bulky waste surrounding the area. A garden was also created, as part of the overall beautification of the school’s surroundings.

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