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New Issue of Harambe!

Public Speaking Competition, Ananse Babies Storytelling Festival, Educating Children about the Environment Gifts, Successes, Good Works and Gratitude!

In This Issue

  • Public Speaking Competition
  • Ananse Babies Storytelling Festival
  • Educating Children about the Environment
  • The Rita Marley Foundation(JA) and Jamaica Fire Equipment Ltd. partnered, year round, to gift the young and the aged.
  • Wise Work Yields Success
  • Good Works in Ghana, West Africa
  • Harambe Hats Off To You, For A Fantastic

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Harambe July-November 2018

Special Earthstrong Edition of Harambe Newsletter. It is FREE
Learn all about the Legendary Lioness & Iconic Queen

In This Issue

  • We Celebrate The Quintessential Queen
  • Rita Marley Foundation( JA) 5th
    Essay Competition
  • Essay Competition Finalists Awarded
  • Mighty Little Musicians Showcase
  • Working Together For Youth Empowerment
  • Self Esteem Workshop
  • Rita Marley Competition Winners
  • Art Supplies for St. Isaacs Basic School
  • We Cherish Our Elders
  • Jamaica Fire Equipment Ltd &
    Rita Marley Foundation ( JA)
    Donate Fire Extinguishers

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5th Annual Essay Competition

From the Jamaica Gleaner:

Budding writers from high schools across Jamaica are being invited to participate in the Rita Marley Foundation (JA) Essay Competition.

This year’s topic is “Every man thinks his burden is the heaviest because they feel the pain. Who feels it knows it. But, don’t sit by the window gazing at the moon. Get right up and move.” These are lyrics from Rita Marley’s song Who Feels It, Knows It.

The foundation’s manager, Rosemary Duncan, said: “Students are encouraged to pen riveting and interesting 1,000-word original pieces as the assigned topic allows of breadth and depth for expression and interpretation.”

A panel of four educators will assess the entries.

Schools are required to submit compositions no later than June 4. The top three placements will be announced on Friday, June 29.

In last year’s competition, Wolmer’s Girls’ High School students Tamoy Campbell, Danelle Mathews and Kuan Kera Wheatley took the three top spots. The winning essay will be published in the foundation’s quarterly newsletter, Harambe.

Harambe March-June 2018

In this Issue

  • Ministry of Education¬†Youth and Information Salutes ¬†Rita Marley Foundation(JA) Works!
  • Making of Future Musicians: Rita Marley Foundation(JA) Enlists Musical Maestro to Teach Basic Schoolers
  • Immeasurable Thanks
  • Top Student’s Speech on Causes of & Remedy for Severe Weather Catastrophes Affecting the World
  • Write, Read & Share The Word
  • Rita Marley Foundation (Ghana) delivers Blissful Blessings in Konkonuru
  • Marley Family, Delivered

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