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Jamaica Gleaner - - FEATURE | SOMETHING EXTRA -

Mag­num Tonic Wine re­cently part­nered with the Port­more Mu­nic­i­pal Cor­po­ra­tion (PMC) to ease the strain on Brae­ton res­i­dent Hopie Greensword, amid COVID19 and other dif­fi­cul­ties. Her house was re­fur­bished through the ef­forts of the PMC and Mag­num Tonic Wine. Mag­num also con­trib­uted to pro­vid­ing gro­ceries for a year. The freshly ren­o­vated home was handed over this week. Here are the high­lights.

CON­TRIB­UTED PHO­TOS

Mem­ber of Par­lia­ment for South St Cather­ine Fitz Jack­son em­braces an elated Hopie Greensword, the Brae­ton res­i­dent whose house was re­fur­bished.

Mark Telfer is on hand out­side the newly re­fur­bished dwelling with gro­cery vouch­ers for a year.

Mayor Leon Thomas shows off new fur­ni­ture se­cured for Hopie Greensword.

Coun­cil­lor for the area, An­thony Wint (left), greets Mag­num Tonic Wine Brand Man­ager Mark Telfer (right), as Mayor Leon Thomas looks on.

Mem­ber of Par­lia­ment Fitz Jack­son con­grat­u­lates Mag­num Tonic Wine Brand Man­ager, Mark Telfer (left), on a suc­cess­ful ini­tia­tive.

A freshly paved walk­way is one of the con­sid­er­a­tions taken for Hopie Greensword who is phys­i­cally im­paired. Mayor Leon Thomas (left) and Mark Telfer look on.

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