T&T Junior Girls Squash team claimed the bronze medal at the Caribbean Area Squash Association (CASA) Tournament which took place in Jamaica recently.
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Raising funds through tea, music
The JC Mac Donald Home for the Aged held its tea fund-raiser two Sundays ago at Naparima College, San Fernando.
Patrons enjoyed entertainment from Rikki Jai, Timothy Bally and Christopher, Ruby Pooransingh, the Sanctified Alliance gospel group, Bobby Ramdeen, and models from the House of Jacqui.
The chairman of the home, Dr Allan McKenzie, said funds acquired will go towards repairs to the home. Attending the event was Justice Anthony Lucky, judge of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.
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