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We Likkle But We Tallawah


Winston Maragh

Mayor - Clarendon

The mayor of Clarendon, plays a significant role in local governance and community development. Winston Maragh, as the mayor,oversees various municipal affairs, including urban planning, local infrastructure, public services, and community programs. 


Jukie Chin


Franchise Owner of Juici Patties started in Clarendon now with outlets throughout the entire country 




OMI is a Jamaican singer-songwriter known for his hit song "Cheerleader." The track gained global success, topping charts in multiple countries with its catchy melody and upbeat rhythm.


William 'Billy' Shagoury

Custos - Clarendon

Custos Rotulorum of Clarendon, representing the Governor-General locally, overseeing administration, and participating in local ceremonies.


Omar Davis

Former Member of Parliment

 Jamaican former politician and academic. A member of the People's National Party (PNP), Davies was Minister of Finance from 1993 to 2007



Well known media professional with expertise in hosting events, television and radio personality, television directing, writing, and being voice-over talent.


 Mazie Miller

Grace Resident Chef/Ambassador

Mazie Miller, known affectionately as 'Aunty Mazie,' served as the Executive Chef at GraceKennedy, a prominent Jamaican company. After a distinguished career, she retired from her role. Chef Miller contributed significantly to the culinary landscape, showcasing Jamaican cuisine both locally and internationally


Milli Small


Milli Small known for her hit song "My Boy Lollipop," which gained international fame in the 1960s. Her catchy tune and youthful voice made her a prominent figure in the early ska music scene.


Davina Bennett

Ms Jamaica Universe 2017

Jamaican model and beauty pageant titleholder who won Miss Jamaica Universe 2017. She represented Jamaica at the Miss Universe 2017 pageant where she was placed second runner-up and the first black woman to be placed rocking her natural afro hair in the Miss Universe competition.


Freddie McGregor


Freddie McGregor is a Jamaican singer, songwriter, and musician known for his contributions to reggae music.In 1963 he joined with Ernest Wilson and Peter Austin to form The Clarendonians, and began to record for the Studio One label He's had a prolific career spanning several decades, showcasing versatility in various styles within reggae, including roots reggae, lovers rock, and dancehall.


Horace Burrell

Former President of Jamaica Football Federation

Also known as Captain Burrell, was the president of the Jamaica Football Federation, and the Senior Vice-President of CONCACAF. He was also the founder of the Jamaican restaurant chain The Captain's Bakery and Grill and Captain's Aviation, which he founded in 1995 and 2008 respectively.

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Barrington Levy


Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist known for his distinctive voice and energetic performances. He gained prominence in the late 1970s and 1980s with hits like "Under Mi Sensi" and "Here I Come." Levy's music often blends roots reggae with dancehall, and his powerful vocals and charismatic stage presence have earned him a lasting legacy in the reggae genre.

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