Big up Usain Bolt

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It all started in Sherwood, Content in Trelawny and our home boy Usain Bolt won't be forgetting that any time soon. To show how committed he is to his hometown the the big wig in athletics has ensured that the health centre in his community is now operational after undergoing a major renovation costing nearly $4 million.

Bolt, the most famous native of the community, used all the proceeds from his 9.58 party held in St Ann last year to help pay for the repairs of the clinic. It has been closed since May as a result of its dilapidated state.
The triple Olympic and World gold medallist partnered with the Trelawny Health Department, the People Co-operative Bank, Sagicor, Digicel, Capital Credit Security, United Way and Sherwin-Williams.
The track star was quoted at the opening as saying: "To give back to the community is always an honour... I remember back in the days I was a troublemaker so I got a lot of cuts — and some pretty bad ones. I remembered Miss Pansy, she used to work here and live across the road, she used to dress most of my cuts," Bolt remarked...