Historic Falmouth Cruise Port - Press
September 2, 2016
Students of Hague Primary & Infant School pose in front of their newly erected sign sponsored by FJLCL / RCCL.
Schools in Falmouth benefit from new signage
FALMOUTH, Trelawny — Two schools in Falmouth, namely Falmouth All Age and Hague Primary & Infant School both recieved brand new signs at th entrance of the school earlier this week.
Falmouth Jamaica Land Company Limited (FJLCL) / Royal Caribbean Cruise Line (RCCL) is delighted to announce the 2016 scholarship awardees.
These awards are part of FJLCL’s newly created scholarship scheme as we (FJLCL) are always seeking ways in helping Jamaican youth to have access to better opportunities.
Tyreece Terry recieving a scholarship from FJLCL presented by Mrs Shellion Rhoden.
Roscheika Spencer from Shortwood Teacher's College and Tyreece Terry formerly of Hague Primary & Infant School are this year's proud recipients of scholarships from FJLCL RCCL, being the most outstanding candidates in need of financial support to succeed in their academic endeavors.
These successful applicants should be extremely proud of their achievement, as they have been distinguished as the best of the best. Rosheika Spencer worked in our summer internship programme as a Guest Services Representative at the Port of Falmouth as a translator where she...
Tyreece Terry, who's mother is an assistant craft vendor at Port o fFalmouth's craft market just got accepted into Munroe College and his scholarship will enable him to pay for boarding, an expense that can easily be...
According to Tyreece his greatest challenge has been... He said that oftentimes the complaints are over the disparity of prices initially charged against that which is demanded upon arrival at the attractions by drivers.
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