Shanise Gordon of GC Foster College on her way to victory in the women’s categoty of the CB Group UWI 5K run.

The spray of confetti filling the air signalled the start of the 2019 CB Group UWI Scholarship Fund 5K and also marked the culmination of what was another successful campaign of raising funds to help support worthy students in completing their education.

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Jhevonte Webster receiving the CB Group UWI 5K/Khadene “Miss Kitty” Hylton Scholarship being presented on her behalf by Moses “Beenie Man” Davis. The presentation took place at the launch of the 5K fund raising event on October 2 at the UWI Regional Headquarters.

Jhevonte Webster could have believed that it was all doom and gloom because of his circumstance living in a community in the western end of St Andrew, sometimes blighted with crime and negative elements which has affected the innercity for decades.

That was the grim legacy facing him, and which he has been able to overcome, thanks to the help of the CB Group UWI Scholarship Fund and, more specifically, some help from a noted media personality. Jhevonte is the 2019 recipient of the Khadine “Miss Kitty” Hylton Scholarship, through which he is pursuing an undergraduate degree in...

When dancehall entertainer Moses “Beenie Man” Davis walked onto the Mona campus of The University of the West Indies for the launch of the CB Group UWI 5K on Wednesday, October 2, some of his fans could not help but try to get his attention.

But the entertainer was on a different mission. Beenie Man was there to take over the microphone, not for one of his sizzling performances, but to deliver a scholarship to second-year UWI culture and entertainment student Renae Edwards.

When asked how she felt about receiving the scholarship, Edwards blurted out in...

Alfred “Frano” Francis, race director, CB Group/UWI 5K, addresses the launch of the event last Wednesday at The UWI Regional Office. Scholarships were also distributed to students for the 2019-2020 school year. Looking on is Elizabeth Buchanan-Hind (left), chair of the fund-raising event to raise funds for students wishing to pursue tertiary education, but in need of financial assistance.

It was a morning for inspiration, and the launch of the eighth annual CB Group/UWI 5K, last Wednesday at The University of the West Indies' (UWI) Regional Headquarters in Kingston began fittingly with a testimony from a successful former recipient.

Emcee and CB/UWI 5K Ambassador Jezeel Martin held the audience rapt with his life journey from the gritty streets of August Town to the halls of the university and the gilded corridors of one of Kingston's legendary law firms, a journey made possible in no small part by the CB/UWI 5K scholarship award.

Describing...

Entertainer Beenie Man is happy to be in the midst of beauties Belinda Williams (left), head of marketing and communications of PROVEN, and Venneshia Sinanan, corporate finance manager, CB Group.

The recent CB Group UWI 5K and Smart Eggs Kids K press launch, held at The University of the West Indies Regional Headquarters. Here, we bring you some of the social highlights.

See more pics at http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/social/20191008/something-extra-tuesday.

With her proud mother present in the audience, UWI Communications Major, Nastascia McFarlane, gave yet another confirmation of the vitality of the CB/UWI 5K Scholarship Run (and Smart Eggs Kids K) as she ably guided the proceedings at the launch of the 2018 edition of the event, at the UWI Regional Headquarters last Monday, October 1. The fund raising event is set to be renewed on Sunday, November 11.

Representing title sponsor CB Group, Chief Operating Officer Matthew Lyn expressed great pleasure with the progress of the event and of scholarship awardees like Nastascia, who, he...

It's been a somewhat arduous road for Kevaughn Campbell. In addition to being a national junior representative — in the physically demanding sport of swimming — and pursuing his long-held dreams of becoming a doctor and surgeon, he had to keep his grades at an acceptable level, especially if he were to land a coveted scholarship that would cover his financial obligations at university.

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sports/kevaughn-campbell-8212-cb...

The inaugural CB Group UWI 5K Run/ Walk event, under the theme ‘Walk Good, Run Great for education and sports development’ was held on Sunday November 18, 2012 at the University of the West Indies. Professor Gordon Shirley, UWI Principal and co-patron of the CB UWI 5K, expressed read more...

http://go-jamaica.com/pressrelease/item.php?id=1535

Needy students at the University of the West Indies (UWI) are expected to benefit from the inaugural CB Group/UWI 5K Walk/Run. The event, scheduled for November 18, is a legacy project supported by the Grand Jamaica Homecoming movement. The group, with co-patrons Ray Chang and Michael Lee-Chin, wants to reconnect the diaspora

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20120921/lead/lead5.html

The inaugural CB Group UWI 5K Run/Walk raised $18 million which will go towards scholarships and the development of sports programmes on the UWI Mona Campus. The announcement was made at a press conference on the campus yesterday. The amount far surpasses the target of $8 million set by organisers. read more...

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sport/CB-Group-UWI-5K-raises--18-million-...

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