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Old June 14th, 2011, 12:37 PM
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Default Fortis Pavilion Paint Drive

Sherwin Williams has partnered with Kingston College for a groundbreaking paint drive and work day (Press Release)

The Fortis Pavilion has partnered with Sherwin Williams to launch its groundbreaking Paint Drive and Workday. All Kingston College Past Students and well-wishers are urged to participate in this worthy initiative, currently underway at all Sherwin Williams outlets, by purchasing a pint, a gallon (or more) of paint under the name Fortis Pavilion. This will culminate in a "Workday," under the theme: “Showing Pride, Instilling Values,” at Kingston College’s Melbourne Campus, located at 13 Upper Elletson Road, Kingston, on Saturday, June 18, 2011, commencing at 6:00 a.m.
Paint Drive ends Wednesday, June 15.
For further information, contact the Fortis Pavilion via email at or call Mr. Kirk Bolton, Chairman - Projects Committee at (876) 777-1903.

Games, bounce-a-bout and other fun activities for children will be available.
Bring the entire family!!!!!

What is the Fortis Pavilion?
The Fortis Pavilion is a group of philanthropic Kingston College graduates in Jamaica and the Diaspora. An elected Executive and a Constitution are in place to ensure good governance. The Pavilion aims to continue to protect and promote the Fortis and Kingston College brands, and ensure that Kingston College remains the most viable alternative for young Jamaican men, from all walks of life, who want to be given a chance at a better future.

The group’s flagship initiative is the Mentorship Programme, which focuses on the holistic development of the students. The ultimate aim is to mould the young men into future role models, who after being exposed to the programme, will be sufficiently prepared to make the transition to maturity, and contribute positively to the shaping of their families, communities and country.
Wayne O. Robertson
Public Relations Officer/
Chairman - Mentorship Committee
Telephone: 579-8395

Edgar Lewis
Asst. Public Relations Officer/
Chairman - Marketing and Fundraising Committee
Telephone: 353-0401

Donations can paid at: scroll to the bottom of the page and click 'Other' and specify the program you are donating to. KCOBA USA Inc is a not-for-profit {IRS Code 501(c)3} organization where your contributions are tax deductible.
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