The Roy Anthony Reid Foundation (RARF) held its first Annual Caribbean Evening and Awards Presentation on Saturday 8th July 2017 at the West Midlands Transport Social Club in Kings Heath, Birmingham. Attended by over 100 guests, all enjoyed an entertaining and inspiring evening featuring guest artistes and a tasty Caribbean buffet.
More importantly, the event provided the perfect platform to recognise the first winners of the 2017 RARF Awards, following a nomination and shortlisting process which took place during May/June.
Congratulations to all our award winners recognised during the evening:
Taneisha Deans – Creative Ability
Renee Johnson – Citizenship
Romello Martin – Personal Development
Naomi Matabsi – Citizenship
Shanequa Paris – Personal Development
Coley Mountain Primary School, Manchester, Jamaica
Demone Carter – Outstanding Academic Achievement
Dunrobin Primary School, Kingston, Jamaica
Ronaldhino Romario McLean – Outstanding Academic Achievement
Brae-Anna Yates – Outstanding Academic Achievement
Please continue to visit the website to keep updated on our plans for next year’s RARF Awards.
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