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Marlene Augustine - Newsday


Pleasantville Secondary performs Trouble in the Morning by Jevaughn Jones at the school's compound in the preliminary round of the Junior Panorama Secondary School Competition on Tuesday. - Lincoln Holder

THERE is more money in store for the school bands participating in the National Schools Junior Panorama competition. The winner will receive $20,000, while second place gets $18,000 and $16,000 for third position, in the primary and secondary category only.

The new prizes were revealed at the National Carnival Commission’s (NCC) VIP Lounge, Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain, where the draw for positions for Sunday’s National Junior Pan finals took place on Thursday.

The Education Ministry’s project co-ordinator of the Multi-Cultural Music Programme Unit (MMPU), Auburm Wiltshire announced the new prizes.

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Now  that nice.Now let us hope that student get money from that.

I know you big folks hate to see other people money.

I watching you.Pay the kids.

Imagine that!!...That's where the anyhowness begins people...And you read it...Right here!!...

Great. Hope the prize money is put to good use for the children.

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