October 24, 2020

CARIBBEAT: Much respect coming for supporters of Team Jamaica Bickle’s quarter-century of aid to visiting high school track-and-field athletes

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By Jared McCallister From New York Daily News The Team Jamaica Bickle hospitality initiative —marking its 25th year of aiding Caribbean scholastic track-and-field athletes at the annual Penn Relays in Philadelphia — is celebrating by recognizing former Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller, GraceKennedy Group CEO Don Wehby and others for their support for the organization […]

Recognizing Caribbean community’s on-the-move Michelle Neil during Women’s History Month

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From The Philadelphia Tribune Awesome! Michelle Neil is an awesome sister who is on the move. In acknowledgement of March, Women’s History Month, we have decided to feature Neil. She is a successful, well-rounded individual who is making our Caribbean community very proud to call her “our own.” Yes, our own Michelle Neil was recently […]

History-Making Jamaican Gold Medal Olympian has a message for Caribbean youth

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From NAN   News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 9, 2016: A 22-year-old athlete who recently made history by becoming the first Jamaican to win the 110-m hurdles at the just concluded Rio Olympics has some words of wisdom for Caribbean youth. Omar Mcleod, (pronounced Mac-Cloud), the current 110-m men’s hurdles gold medal Olympian, […]