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Bethlehem Moravian College, which is situated in the parish of St. Elizabeth, in the cool hills of Malvern at the Peak of the Santa Cruz Mountain, established in 1861 under th e auspices of the Moravian Church in Jamaica. Over the years, Bethlehem has been one of the foremost tertiary institutions offering quality teacher education programmes to young Jamaicans. Bethlehem started as a female institution and has since become a coeducational one with a rapidly growing population. Recently it has become a Multidisciplinary Institution to mold the lives of young Jamaicans into the 21st Century.;;Bethlehem Moravian College provides services such as Bachelor in Education, Early Childhood Primary (Part-Time), (FullTime), Secondary, Business Studies Major/Accounts Minor, Accounts/Business Studies Minor, Computer Science/Accounts Minor, Office Systems and Administration, English (Language and Literature), History Major and Social Studies Minor, Associates Degree 2 Years, Business Studies, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Criminal Justice, Library Technical Studies, Computer Repairs, Bachelor in Education with Advanced Placement, Early Childhood Education, Primary Education, History and Social Studies, Computer Science, Business Studies and Office Systems and Administration Read more......Read less

 
 

St. Elizabeth Co-operative Credit Union Limited was established in the early 1970's by businessmen Stanford Birthwright and Trevor Myers, who identify the need for thrift and a source of loan funds for the social and economic development for the town of Santa Cruz. Its first location was on the building of Mr. Birthwright. The Credit Union was registered on March 21, 1972 by the Registrar of Co-operative and Friendly Societies. The Board later expanded the operations of the entire parish.

ALPART Employees' Co-operative Credit Union was transferred to STECCUL on October 8, 1986 while Appleton Employees' Co-operative Credit Union was transferred on December 11, 1995. The Black River branch office was opened on May 3, 1993.

The Credit Union is a financial cooperative and credit association that provides opportunities for members to save in various instruments. Credit Unions also provide loans to its members at the lowest possible rates other than would be otherwise available . The Credit Union is operated for the mutual benefit of its members.

The capital funds of the Credit Union come from the members, who provide the capital, by purchase of shares and normally receives an annual dividend on shares on the basis of their investment.

Our Mission Statement

Our Mission is to be our members' primary financial institution, serving the entire community of St. Elizabeth, by providing exceptional and convenient services at competitive prices. We will work to maintain a foundation of financial soundness and stability with the aid of appropriate high technology to improve their economic and social well-being.
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St. Elizabeth Co-operative Credit Union Limited was established in the early 1970's by businessmen Stanford Birthwright and Trevor Myers, who identify the need for thrift and a source of loan funds for the social and economic development for the town of Santa Cruz. Its first location was on the building of Mr. Birthwright. The Credit Union was registered on March 21, 1972 by the Registrar of Co-operative and Friendly Societies. The Board later expanded the operations of the entire parish.

ALPART Employees' Co-operative Credit Union was transferred to STECCUL on October 8, 1986 while Appleton Employees' Co-operative Credit Union was transferred on December 11, 1995. The Black River branch office was opened on May 3, 1993.

The Credit Union is a financial cooperative and credit association that provides opportunities for members to save in various instruments. Credit Unions also provide loans to its members at the lowest possible rates other than would be otherwise available . The Credit Union is operated for the mutual benefit of its members.

The capital funds of the Credit Union come from the members, who provide the capital, by purchase of shares and normally receives an annual dividend on shares on the basis of their investment.

Our Mission Statement

Our Mission is to be our members' primary financial institution, serving the entire community of St. Elizabeth, by providing exceptional and convenient services at competitive prices. We will work to maintain a foundation of financial soundness and stability with the aid of appropriate high technology to improve their economic and social well-being.
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St. Elizabeth Co-operative Credit Union Limited was established in the early 1970's by businessmen Stanford Birthwright and Trevor Myers, who identify the need for thrift and a source of loan funds for the social and economic development for the town of Santa Cruz. Its first location was on the building of Mr. Birthwright. The Credit Union was registered on March 21, 1972 by the Registrar of Co-operative and Friendly Societies. The Board later expanded the operations of the entire parish.

ALPART Employees' Co-operative Credit Union was transferred to STECCUL on October 8, 1986 while Appleton Employees' Co-operative Credit Union was transferred on December 11, 1995. The Black River branch office was opened on May 3, 1993.

The Credit Union is a financial cooperative and credit association that provides opportunities for members to save in various instruments. Credit Unions also provide loans to its members at the lowest possible rates other than would be otherwise available . The Credit Union is operated for the mutual benefit of its members.

The capital funds of the Credit Union come from the members, who provide the capital, by purchase of shares and normally receives an annual dividend on shares on the basis of their investment.

Our Mission Statement

Our Mission is to be our members' primary financial institution, serving the entire community of St. Elizabeth, by providing exceptional and convenient services at competitive prices. We will work to maintain a foundation of financial soundness and stability with the aid of appropriate high technology to improve their economic and social well-being.
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St. Elizabeth Co-operative Credit Union Limited was established in the early 1970's by businessmen Stanford Birthwright and Trevor Myers, who identify the need for thrift and a source of loan funds for the social and economic development for the town of Santa Cruz. Its first location was on the building of Mr. Birthwright. The Credit Union was registered on March 21, 1972 by the Registrar of Co-operative and Friendly Societies. The Board later expanded the operations of the entire parish.

ALPART Employees' Co-operative Credit Union was transferred to STECCUL on October 8, 1986 while Appleton Employees' Co-operative Credit Union was transferred on December 11, 1995. The Black River branch office was opened on May 3, 1993.

The Credit Union is a financial cooperative and credit association that provides opportunities for members to save in various instruments. Credit Unions also provide loans to its members at the lowest possible rates other than would be otherwise available . The Credit Union is operated for the mutual benefit of its members.

The capital funds of the Credit Union come from the members, who provide the capital, by purchase of shares and normally receives an annual dividend on shares on the basis of their investment.

Our Mission Statement

Our Mission is to be our members' primary financial institution, serving the entire community of St. Elizabeth, by providing exceptional and convenient services at competitive prices. We will work to maintain a foundation of financial soundness and stability with the aid of appropriate high technology to improve their economic and social well-being.
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B. D. Gregg & Bros. was founded in 1947 in Kingston, Jamaica by the late Basil D. Gregg, a notable businessman originally from the parish of St. Elizabeth. The company was for med to facilitate the daily operations of one of Jamaica's first fuel and service stations, the Shell Service Station on Harbor and Queen Street, Kingston. The company is now directed by his son, Gary, who continues the legacy of top class service standards and quality products in the Caribbean.

B. D. Gregg & Bros. is one of the Caribbean's leading retailer and distributor of custom automobile wheels, tyres, Tein suspensions, and accessories. With over 20 years experience in custom wheels, B. D. Gregg & Bros. is by far the most knowledgeable and experienced in the region. Having a colourful performance history littered with certificates and dealer authorizations from renowned wheel companies like TSW, Panther, Konig, ADR, Akuza, Privat, Arospeed, among others.
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Onspot Solution Ltd. is an organization that offers state of the art Electronic Security, Motor Sales, and of late has further diversified their scope of services to Logistics . Located in the Parish of St. Elizabeth the company came on stream in December 2012. Our main aim is to facilitate Clients Island wide with an innovative, friendly security product which offers Real-time location, reduces your insurance premiums and maximize efficiency. Read more......Read less

 
 

B. D. Gregg & Bros. was founded in 1947 in Kingston, Jamaica by the late Basil D. Gregg, a notable businessman originally from the parish of St. Elizabeth. The company was for med to facilitate the daily operations of one of Jamaica's first fuel and service stations, the Shell Service Station on Harbor and Queen Street, Kingston. The company is now directed by his son, Gary, who continues the legacy of top class service standards and quality products in the Caribbean.

B. D. Gregg & Bros. is one of the Caribbean's leading retailer and distributor of custom automobile wheels, tyres, Tein suspensions, and accessories. With over 20 years experience in custom wheels, B. D. Gregg & Bros. is by far the most knowledgeable and experienced in the region. Having a colourful performance history littered with certificates and dealer authorizations from renowned wheel companies like TSW, Panther, Konig, ADR, Akuza, Privat, Arospeed, among others.
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B. D. Gregg & Bros. was founded in 1947 in Kingston, Jamaica by the late Basil D. Gregg, a notable businessman originally from the parish of St. Elizabeth. The company was for med to facilitate the daily operations of one of Jamaica's first fuel and service stations, the Shell Service Station on Harbor and Queen Street, Kingston. The company is now directed by his son, Gary, who continues the legacy of top class service standards and quality products in the Caribbean.

B. D. Gregg & Bros. is one of the Caribbean's leading retailer and distributor of custom automobile wheels, tyres, Tein suspensions, and accessories. With over 20 years experience in custom wheels, B. D. Gregg & Bros. is by far the most knowledgeable and experienced in the region. Having a colourful performance history littered with certificates and dealer authorizations from renowned wheel companies like TSW, Panther, Konig, ADR, Akuza, Privat, Arospeed, among others.
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OUR STORY

Read up on the characters, setting and plot that make Jakes singular, lyrical and altogether memorable. From us to all, one love.

CHARACTERS

The Legend: The late Perry Henzell co-wrote and directed Jamaica’s first major motion picture that burst reggae into new international consciousness. According to Rolling Stone, The Harder They Come has the best movie soundtrack of all time. The legacy endures, all over, just right.

The Architect: The wondrously inventive Sally Henzell is a set designer, poet and artist to the core. With nary a lick of architectural education, she’s built up the islands most iconic properties. Each comes to her in a dream, of the earth and undulating with fearless color.

The Activator: After his mother opened Jakes, Jason saw in her audacious idea a business opportunity. He proved the unseen south coast could indeed become a true destination. Then came his own big vision… building the region’s preeminent Sports Park acr oss the street.

The Educator: Jason’s wife Laura imagined a driftwood enclosed yoga deck above the sea and a world-class spa with island aromas below-and made it all happen. She recruits top yogis to Jakes and teaches herself. Plus, she opened a brilliant primary school for area youth.

The Enricher: Jason’s sister Justine works to sustain and protect her father’s artistic legacy. And along the way, she enhances the world with her own films and ideas. She is a producer behind Calabash, the powerhouse literary festival that’s rendered Jakes an artistic pilgrimage.

SETTING

1660S SHIPWRECK SWEETSPOT: When a Scottish ship sank close to Treasure Beach, its sailors swam up and stayed. They married beautiful Jamaican women, originating a concentrated genetic jackpot of gorgeous Jamaicans with Scottish surnames, light eyes, reddish hair and remarkable skin. Locally, we call dem Reds.

“IN THIS PARISH WE WORK, NOT SHIRK.”: The slogan on an old sign welcoming peo ple to St. Elizabeth promises both the best of St. Bess and a population set apart by steadfast ethics and efforts. Able farmers and fishermen instilled the reputation, and we make it stay.

ARID PARADISE: The Santa Cruz Mountains naturally shelter Treasure Beach from the reams of rainfall that soak the north, so our tropical sanctuary grows both cacti and broad acacia.

BIG FISHING: The fishermen here fish like they have for centuries: with nets, traps, pots and dugout canoes. And 60 miles off the coast is a fertile bank called the Pedro Cays, where the trades most diehard make their home and sail in the seas bounty daily.

FARM FRESH: Our parish is the islands supplier for fruits and vegetables, growing everything from sweet melons to scotch bonnet in abundance. Farmers cover their rich red soil with blankets of guinea grass to keep the minimal moisture-and then tenderly tend the rows.

Approximate Population: 3500
Clotheslines: 3500 / Dryers: 0
Communit y Organizations: 8
Temperature: 85, every day
Rum bars in the middle of the ocean: 1
All-Inclusive Chain Hotels: 0

PLOT

Sally Henzell contains multitudes. She’s a bona fide set designer, window dresser, poet, muse, painter, planter, builder, stylist and most recently, architect.

In 1991, she bought a little mud and wattle house in Treasure Beach, just down the road from where she spent her childhood summers.

Sally says, “Now this little parcel of land was well known to me. It was where we ended up having walked down the reef with Daddy so that he could shoot our breakfast in Barracuda Hole and where on the tiny beach we could meet up with the neighbouring kids and play.”

She soon turned her little house into a restaurant and people started coming. Sally had a lot of friends who wanted to stay over. So she built some groovy rooms, which then attracted groovy people.

Sally reminisces: “My son Jason, who had a perfectly good job at a bank in Mobay came to see what ole flipperty-jibbet Mummy was about and saw a potential that was a far larger ambition than mine.”

Jason bought more land. Sally began to build one bespoke cottage after another. Then she visited Barcelona to see Gaudis work: “Everything he did mattered, when he built a house he also built the furniture, put on the doorknobs and possibly the street lamp opposite with the ornate bench underneath it.”

Sally returned and built more, differently and beautifully, above and beyond. And Jakes became everything it is. Community maker. Love cultivator. Here is where the heart is.
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Statistical Inst Of Jamaica was established under the Statistics (Amendment) Act 1984 on April 9, 1984. Statistical Inst Of Jamaica has been invested with all the powers forme rly vested in the Department of Statistics and previously the Bureau of Statistics (which came into existence in 1946) along with other powers. Statistical Inst Of Jamaica provides Library and Information Services, Research, Survey Services, Geographic Services, Data Processing Services and Printing Services. Read more......Read less

 
 

Jakes Hotel Villas & Spa located at the beach in Treasure Beach, Jake's is close to Calabash Bay and Billy Bay Beach. Additional regional attractions include Parrotee Pond Man groves.

Resort Features:
Jake's has a full-service spa and an outdoor pool. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. Dining options at the resort include 2 restaurants along with a poolside bar and a bar/lounge. The staff can provide concierge services and wedding services. Additional amenities include spa services, a library, and an arcade/game room. For a surcharge, guests have access to a round-trip airport shuttle (available on request). Complimentary self parking is available on-site for guests.

Guestrooms:
Rooms open to balconies or patios. The 49 guestrooms at Jake's include iPod docking stations and safes. Complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access is provided. Bathrooms offer rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. In-room refrigerators, mi nibars, and coffee/tea makers are provided. In addition, amenities available on request include hair dryers and irons/ironing boards. Housekeeping is offered daily.

Spa:
Driftwood Spa has 4 treatment rooms including rooms for couples and outdoor treatment areas. Massages are available on the beach and in the spa, other services include facials, body wraps, and body scrubs. A variety of treatment therapies are provided, including aromatherapy and hydrotherapy. Children under 15 years old are not allowed in the spa without adult supervision. Guests under 5 years old are not allowed in the spa.

Facilities:
Number of buildings/towers - 31Safe-deposit box at front desk Library
Accessibility
Accessible path of travel
Roll-in showers
Minibar Coffee/tea
Maker Iron/ironing board (on request)

Things to enjoy:
Balcony or patio
Freshen up
Private bathroom
Rainfall shower head
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer (on request)

Be ente rtained:
IPod docking station
Stay connected
Free Wi-Fi
Food and drink
Refrigerator
Daily housekeeping
In-room safe
Access via exterior corridors
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