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WINSTON “WEE POW” POWER OF STONE LOVE FAME, DONATES DRUM SET TO HIS ALMA MATER!

 Winston ‘Wee Pow’ Powell (right), owner of Stone Love Sound system, gives Zamrine Tomlin, principal of Mizpah Primary School in Manchester, a quick lesson on the cymbal, much to the delight of students (from left)  Antwayne Rose, Shanielle Henry, and Jahvano Blake during the handover of a drum set to the school at Quality Equipment on  Courtney Walsh Drive in St Andrew on Tuesday. Looking on are (fom left) Major Campbell, president of the Past Student Association of Mizpah Primary School; Junior Bob Raynor, owner of Quality Electronics; and Julus Davis, teacher at Mizpah Primary School.—

OWNER of champion sound system Stone Love Movements, Winston ‘Wee Pow’ Powell donated a drum kit to his former alma mater Mizpah Primary School in Manchester.

The handover took place at Quality Equipment on Courtney Walsh Drive in St Andrew.

“Music is what made me who I am today, so I would be ungrateful if I did not give support to where my journey started. I started musically from Mizpah community; my father was a show promoter and it motivated me. I encourage everyone to play a part and do what they can to help the upcoming generation,” said Powell.

The drum will assist in the school’s new music program.

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Zamrine Tomlin, principal of Mizpah Primary School, believes Powell’s donation will make a tremendous impact on the student population.“I have always wanted the students to be involved and engaged in music. I think it is one of the avenues to help students to grow and become better at finding themselves,” she said.

Tomlin also appealed for additional support for the school as there are several needs.

“At present, we are focusing on converting three containers we received from Major Campbell, president of the Past Students Association, into a resource room, a library, and a tuck shop and diner. Our school yard needs paving and fencing to ensure security of our students.”

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