Beersheba Primary School Alumni in Jamaica And the Diaspora Saddened By The Sudden Passing Of Lowell Hawthorne Founder And CEO of Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery And Grill – Vincent Samuels

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It is indeed with much sad regret that Beersheba Primary School Alumni in Jamaica and the Diaspora has received news about the sudden passing of Lowell Hawthorne, Founder and CEO Caribbean Bakery & Grill in The Bronx, New York, USA.

Lowell, an Alumnus of Bronx Community College, The City University of New York, USA, is an Achiever and Trailblazer that is etched in the subliminal consciousness of everyone who knew him for his humility as an astute entrepreneur and philanthropist.

The lives of many professionals in academia whose lives have benefited from Golden Krust Foundation, is testimony of Lowell’s social responsiveness to poor and needy people in the USA, Jamaica and elsewhere.

Lowell whose vision to go into business for himself, worked as an Accountant with New York Police Departm...

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BOSA Announces The Home Going Of Ivan “Willie” “Mike” Gayle – Vincent Samuels

Willie Gayle

It is with mixed feeling of joy and sad regret that Beersheba Old Students Association (BOSA) announces the homegoing of Ivan “Willie” “Mike” Gayle age 68 years, Beersheba Primary School Alumnus and peasant farmer of “Camp Hill”, Flint Valley District, New Market, Saint Elizabeth.

Joy, because “Mike” who has been blind and visually impaired for six years, has been relieved from his suffering and discomfort of not being able to see members of his biological family, relatives, friends and members of his Beersheba Moravian Church family with whom he interacted regularly.

Sad regret, because “Mike” who passed away in Black River Public General Hospital on the morning of November 27, 2017, is missed by all for his jovial personality, contagious smile and excellent interpersonal...

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BOSA Newsletter Volume 31 October 2017

“Generosity is doing something for someone without expecting anything in return”

  Bosa Newsletter – Volume 31 October 2017  

Produced by:  Beersheba Old Students Association (BOSA) Beersheba Primary School (Government Leased) New Market P.O., Saint Elizabeth, Jamaica, West Indies E-mail: beershebaoldstudentsassn@gmail.com

Officers:         Glenis Daley, President Victor Smith, Vice President Vincent Samuels, Secretary/Treasurer, Newsletter Editor/Producer Ann Hamilton, Assistant Secretary

OBJECTIVE

The objective of BOSA Newsletter is to inform and educate the people in Beersheba Primary School Community and all Beersheba Primary School Alumni in Jamaica and the Diaspora by means of clean and wholesome news. In doing so, the Newsletter will continue to highlight and celebrate...

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Pomp And Pageantry Displayed By The Graduating Class of 2017 At Beersheba Primary School – Vincent Samuels

Beersheba Graduating Class 2017

Graduating Class of 2017 Beersheba Primary School

As twenty-three students in the graduating class of 2017 adorned in burgundy gowns with gold sashes marched graciously in pairs to the tune of Elizabeth Serenade from the main entrance into the main auditorium at Beersheba Primary School that later that day would become their alma mater; the official photographer had a difficult time capturing her subjects as parents, relatives and friends of the graduates clicked away with cameras on their android smart phones ensuring that they did not allow themselves to be left out the pomp and pageantry.

Keynote Speaker at the graduating exercise that was held on July 29, 2017 Mr. Charles Benbow, newly appointed Principal at Lewisville High School, New Market, Saint Elizabeth, addressing the class of ...

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Columbia University New York USA Graduate And Beersheba Primary School Alumna Gives Back To Her Alma Mater – Vincent Samuels

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Mrs. Gloria Smith-Meredith, BSc, JP, Columbia University, New York, USA, Beersheba Primary School Alumna, Founder of Children of Faith, Montego Bay, Saint James and Philanthropist,  giving back to Beersheba Primary School her alma mater.

Mrs. Meredith realized at an early age that education is the only means that she could use to unshackle herself from poverty in the impoverished peasant farming district of Flint Valley, New Market, Saint Elizabeth where as one of several siblings, she was born to David Smith, butcher and his wife Doris, vendor at New Market Wednesday and Saturday Market.

Unlike other Alumni of Beersheba Primary School who have forgotten their humble beginning, moved by the impact of HIV-Aids on children whose parents are infected with the dreaded disease; Mrs...

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BOSA Newsletter Volume 30, July 2017

“Generosity is doing something for someone without expecting anything in return”

Produced by:

Beersheba Old Students Association (BOSA)

Beersheba Primary School (Government Leased)

New Market P.O., Saint Elizabeth

Jamaica, West Indies

E-mail: beershebaoldstudentsassn@gmail.com

Officers:

Glenis Daley, President

Victor Smith, Vice President

Vincent Samuels, Secretary/Treasurer, Newsletter Editor/Producer

Ann Hamilton, Assistant Secretary

OBJECTIVE

The objective of BOSA Newsletter is to inform and educate the people in Beersheba Primary School Community and all Beersheba Primary School Alumni in Jamaica and the Diaspora by means of clean and wholesome news. In doing so, the Newsletter will continue to highlight and celebrate their achievements, mourn their losses, defend their rights and ...

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Janitor’s Daughter Takes First Place In 2017 GSAT Exam At Beersheba Primary School – Vincent Samuels

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Nasheena Dobbs, 12 years old from the impoverished peasant farming district of Flint Valley, New Market, Saint Elizabeth, has taken the coveted first place with an average of 83% in the Ministry of Education 2017 Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT).

Nasheena whom the Ministry of Education has placed at Mount Vernon High School, Montego Bay, Saint James, is the daughter of Nola Delisser, “Miss Berdie”, Janitor at Beersheba Primary School.

The Secretary/Treasurer Beersheba Old Students Association (BOSA) vividly recalls telling Nasheena that getting a good education will enable her to unshackle herself from poverty as he has done...

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Lewisville Branch Library Gets Long Awaited Broadband Internet Service – Vincent Samuels

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Beersheba Old Students Association (BOSA) is happy  to announce that its relentless assiduous representation to Jamaica Library Service since September 2014 to have Broadband Internet WiFi Service provided at Lewisville Branch Library, New Market, Saint Elizabeth, Jamaica West Indies has borne fruit.

Provision of State of the Art Broadband Internet WiFi Service and Desk Top Computers at Lewisville Branch Library will greatly assist and benefit students and adults from the impoverished peasant farming Beersheba Primary School, Lewisville High School, Nightingale Grove Primary School, and other educational institutions in these communities.

Non Boarding High School Students who attend Munro College, Saint Elizabeth Technical High School, Lacovia High School, Maggotty High School, and M...

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BOSA Announces The Home Going Service of Uriah Smith (“Mass Coolie”) –Vincent Samuels

Uriah Smith Photo

It is with much regret and mixed feeling of sadness and joy that Beersheba Old Students Association (BOSA) announces the peaceful home going of Uriah Smith “Mass Coolie”, age 85 years of Happy Hall, New Market, Saint Elizabeth, Jamaica West Indies at his home on Thursday morning, March 30, 2017.

“Mass Coolie” is a Beersheba Elementary School Alumnus, Carpenter by trade and former employee at Alumina Partners Jamaica Limited (ALPART), Nain, Saint Elizabeth and Lay Pastor at Beersheba Moravian Church, Carr District, New Market, Saint Elizabeth.

He has been a useful resource and philanthropist to everyone in Beersheba/Happy Hall and adjoining communities and is sadly missed by everyone in his Beersheba Moravian Church family, his biological family members, his friends and relatives a...

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BOSA Newsletter, Volume 29, April 2017

BOSA Newsletter, April 2017

“Generosity is doing something for someone without expecting anything in return”

Produced by:

Beersheba Old Students Association (BOSA

Beersheba Primary School (Government Leased)

New Market P.O., Saint Elizabeth,

Jamaica West Indies

E-mail:Beershebaoldstudentsassn@gmail.com

Officers:

Glenis Daley, President

Victor Smith, Vice President

Vincent Samuels/Secretary/Treasurer, Newsletter Editor/Producer

Ann Hamilton, Assistant Secretary

Objective

The objective of BOSA Newsletter is to inform and educate the people in Beersheba Primary School Community and all Beersheba Primary School Alumni in Jamaica and the Diaspora by means of clean and wholesome news. In doing so, the Newsletter will continue to highlight and celebrate their achievements, mourn their losses, d...

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