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Mickella Anderson: Youthlink Writer “Friends coming together to play music,” is how drummer, Gregory “Flexxah Drumz” Young describes the genesis of his musical family known on the hotel scene as Cuttin’ Edge Band. “(It has been) sharing ideas and just being and doing what we love most which is music,” said Young.
Danielle Mullings: Youthlink Writer 
Antonio GayleYouthlink Writer 1. Your School is having its annual trip to Port Royal this weekend and this would be the first time you’ll be able to be a part of the excitement that students always rave about? BUT on the other hand, your family member is in serious condition at the hospital and is expecting you along with the whole family to come and visit? Would you Rather to go on this trip and be a part of the fun with your classmates outside of school setting OR do you go to the hospital to visit your family member?
Press Release Workshops on the Scratch coding concept, sponsored by the Seprod Foundation, have been opening the eyes of school teachers to the benefits of using Scratch in their respective classrooms. They believe using Scratch is the way forward to teaching today’s children in a technology-based society as it facilities a more efficient way to communicate to students.
Youthlink Writer: Lamando ShepherdOn March 14, 2017, our journey took us once more to the western sections of Jamaica, wherethe team got a chance to visit the Hopewell High school, and to gather information on what differsHopewell High from other high schools within the St. James vicinity. The day Commenced at a slow pace,but gradually gained momentum which made our experience a lot more memorable.
I truly want to expand the career possibilities for the young ladies in Queen’s School. I want them to see new avenues for them to be successful in life and to look at the breadth of subjects available with opened eyes and minds.”“More importantly I want them to meet women who are owning their leadership positions and transforming industries to instill that confidence in them in hopes that one day they will do the same,” concluded Reynolds.
Press ReleaseFor Immediate ReleaseThursday, May 4, 2017 Kingston, Jamaica: The students of The Queen’s School received sound career advice from dynamic female leaders in corporate Jamaica at its annual career day held on Friday, April 28.
Youthlink WriterChanel Spence The ending of another school year is approaching and YouthLink wants to wish all school-leavers thebest of luck on their examinations. With that said:As an upcoming graduate, judging the way times have changed, do you consider obtaining a degree tobe a vital addition that will allow you to live your dreams?
Logos Hope’s 400 volunteers from 60 nations wave their flags during the Annual Bow day.