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Junior Kadooment starts with message of peace

Sheria Brathwaite, sheriabrathwaite@nationnews.com

Added 27 July 2019


Amalgamated Schools were first on the stage with their messages of peace with their band Operation White Dove. (Picture by Sandy Pitt.)

Amalgamated Schools under the theme Operation White Dove came with a serious message to start this year’s Junior Kadooment.

With messages of love, peace and unity and no to gun violence, children from the schools costume making programme are giving their all on stage in the form of dance and poetry to impress the judges.

The stands at Kensington Oval are slowly being filled as parents, guardians and other spectators make their way to the event. (SB)


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