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OAaSIS on local tv Smile Jamaica It’s Morning time

Posted by on February 12, 2010

Come Tuesday, February 16th, from 7:00a.m OAaSIS International representatives will be guests on Jamaica’s televison prograsmme “Smile Jamaica, It’s morning time!”
The arrangement was confirmed on Thursday, February 12.

The opportunity is being provided to expose the Foundation’s objectives, missions and projects and those already accomplished.
Principal of Allman Town Primary Kandi-Lee Crooks-Smith, whose school was the first to be visited in the creative workshop series for schools, communities and churches will also be present. She will speak on the impact the series has left on the school, the next stage that the school will take, and her involvement with the Foundation.

The series came in direct response to an appeal she made for assistance with the Arts, reiterating that at one time classes had to be held under a tree.
It is hoped that along with the growing number of volunteers, sponsors will be secured as a result of the interview.


(Whistling Frog (Sebastian Odgen)), P Gavin James graphics, Howard Moo Young (master at graphic design and photography, Print Xpress, Hot off the Press, Berger Paint, Burger King, Videographer Robin Chin, owner of Enhanced Realizm Studios and his team, Xclusiv Entertainment, Paralegal Dwane Forbes)


Jamaica’s OAaSIS International Foundation launches creative workshop series
DAY 1: Jamaican artistes, artists ignite young minds
DAY 2: New creative depth for students through creative series
DAY 3: Colonel Derby, Peter Lloyd, artists time out for children
DAY 4: Creative connections at Allman Town Primary
DAY 5: Workshop stirs creative power at Allman Town Primary
DAY SIX(6): Creative workshop series end with Solid performances
DAY 6: Starry end to inaugural OAaSIS Fdn’s creative workshop series
DAY 6: Allman Town Primary thanks over 30 artists, artistes for creative workshop series

JAMAICA STAR: Sophia Brown heads to Allman Town Primary

Allman Town paints for the Bank of Jamaica
Creative workshop series end with Solid performances

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