It was a lot more than bun and cheese at the Easter treat hosted by the Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG) at its Best Dressed Chicken (BDC) Sports Club in Spring Village, St. Catherine for senior citizens in the community.It was a time of fun, food, and story-telling by the elders about the times long before BDC set up its processing plant in the area. Most of them worked at the plant until their retirement. One resident, ‘Miss Lucille’ 83, recalled in detail travelling with Robert Levy, now Chairman of JBG, in his Vauxhall to ‘catch chickens’ and getting paid ‘tuppence’ at the end of the day. The much younger members of staff of the JBG who were hosting the event, were both amused and surprised to find out what ‘tuppence’ was worth in those days. Another resident, ‘Miss Pearl’ 87, has been living in Spring Village since she was 17 and recalled when women would gather at the river in the town square to wash clothes. "I say to God be the glory when I see Jamaica Broilers buil dere. It lif up di district. Mi seh wi all should give God tanks and give Missa Levy tanks for what he and his family have done for us," she said to resounding applause. Randy Finnikin, executive director of the Spring Village Development Foundation, reminded the gathering that there was an active air strip on the property which now houses the Spring Village Training Institute, sponsored by JBG. ‘Miss Pearl’ was quick to chime in that in those days, there was only one school in the area, operated by the Shiloh Baptist Church.