Source: MANDEVILLE, Jamaican Information Service (JIS)
Date Published: Friday, October 02, 2009
The article reports on the speech by the Chief Executive Officer of the CHASE fund, Billy Heaven, about plans to fund the Glenmuir High School Library and Resource Centre, in Clarendon with one million dollars. Heaven declares also the number of school libraries that have benefited from the fund.
Background information is also given about the CHASE fund and the typical projects that it supports, in addition to its sources of income.
The article also briefly mentions how the funding from CHASE fund will be used for the Glenmuir High School Library and Resource Centre.
The Culture, Health, Arts, Sports and Education (CHASE) Fund, will be contributing $1 million to the Glenmuir High School Library and Resource Centre, in Clarendon.
This was stated by the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Billy Heaven, at the school, on September 30.
"We have already committed the funds; it is a question of the drawdown as soon as the library is up and running. They are constructing a new building and therefore we will be equipping that building," he told JIS News.
The library and resource centre will be equipped with a multi media projector and screen, printer and a speaker system which, according to Principal of Glenmuir High, Mr. Clement Radcliff, will be especially beneficial to students studying Spanish.