Jamaican Ambassador Marks Lauds Hunt Scholarship Fund Organizers

Audrey Marks and organizers of Jamaica David "Wagga" Hunt Scholarship Fund

Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United, States, Her Excellency Audrey Marks (center), shares a light moment with members of the organizing committee of the Jamaica David “Wagga” Hunt scholarship committee at the sixth annual Jamaica David “Wagga” Hunt Ball at the National Education Association Atrium in downtown Washington DC, on Saturday, January 14, 2017.| Derrick Scott Photo

KC, Calabar students benefit from David ‘Wagga’ Hunt Scholarships 

WASHINGTON DC, January 16, 2017-  Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Her Excellency Audrey Marks has lauded the organizers of the Jamaica David “Wagga” Hunt Scholarship fund for providing scholarships to the tune of US$66,000 to students at Calabar High and Kingston College over the past eight years.

Delivering the keynote address at the sixth annual Jamaica David “Wagga” hunt fundraising ball at the National Education Association Atrium in Washington DC on Saturday, January 14, 2017, Ambassador Marks said over the past eight years, the scholarship fund had provided finances to deserving students from two of Jamaica’s prominent secondary boy’s school which has helped these recipients to achieve educational goals they set for themselves.

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