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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.
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.