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Douglas Manley planting a tree

"The minister of Youth and Community Development, Dr. Douglas Manley, planting a tree on the premises of the Community Center."

Women's Self-Help Centre Community College

Photograph of a building located at the corner of a street with the sign "Women's Self-Help Centre Community College". There is also another sign advertising that a daycare room would be opening on December 11, 1978 and that children would be…

Jamaica Welfare Ltd. Community Centre

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"A section of the hundreds of people from St. Catherine, St. Ann and St. Mary who assembled in front of the historical building for the Founders Day celebrations."

Allsides Community Center

"In the spirit of self-help: the people of Allsides in Trelawny are soon to have a comprehensive recreational and community center, due mainly to the self-help efforts of Warsop Youth Clubs and Agriculture Minister A.U. Belinfanti.
Mr Belinfanti,…

The Flagaman Community Centre

"The Flagaman Community Center presents a picturesque view from the hills of Southfield in St Elizabeth the first public building in that community, the center was officially opened last Thursday (November 22)."

The Flagaman Community Centre

"Mr. Mel Brown, member of Parliament for South West St Elizabeth, cut the ribbon to officially open the Flagaman Community Centre last Thursday, (November 22) Second from right is the chairman of the Flagaman Community Council, Mr. Hubert Ebanks."

Lloyds Community Centre (St. Thomas)

The unfinished community centre building in the Lloyds community in St. Thomas, Jamaica.

Edith Dalton James Community Complex

"Residents of the Hannah Town community in West Central Kingston touring the Edith Dalton James community complex at 19 1/2 Slipe Pen Road at the official opening recently. The complex includes a community college, a JAMAL unit, a basic school, a…

Pembroke Hall Community Centre

"The $1,000 community center, which is now being built by the Association to 58 Half Way Tree Road, Kingston, benefit both young and old members of the community."