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Applauding the Harbour View Football Club

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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NO goals were scored yesterday afternoon by the Harbour View Football Club’s under-15 and under-13 teams inside the boardroom at the Jamaica Public Service corporate offices. There were, however, goals of another kind — life lessons imparted by the company’s President & CEO Kelly Tomblin at the third staging of Applaud It! The 17 ballers along with the clubs’ five executives enjoyed a three-course gourmet lunch by award-winning culinary artist Oji Jaja, a conversation with nutritionist Joy Calendar and watched earnestly as Martina Christian of Clean Treats created nutritious smoothies which were poured into JPS Mason jars.


Applaud it! is a week-long luncheon series that provides an opportunity for industry leaders to meet the next generation exactly where they are and guide them through a unique experience that exposes them to social and dining skills. The luncheon was, too, the perfect opportunity to salute the teams’ achievements in securing their 53rd and 54th championship trophies.

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