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Published:Monday | December 29, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Select Brands Account Manager Nesha Smith (left) and wines marketing manager Debra Taylor (right) with Secrets Resorts and Spas human resources director, Andrea Allie-Thorpe (second left), and General Manager Emilio Huhn. Both brands have teamed up to sponsor two wine sellers on a four-day trip to Argentina to learn more about wine production.
Wards of the National Children's Home enjoyed a special treat on Saturday, December 13, courtesy of the CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank. The children were special guests at the movie 'How to Train your Dragon 2' at the Palace Cineplex Cinema. Here, CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank executives (from left, background) Lancelot Leslie, Jerome Griffith and Nigel Holness greet their guests from the National Children's Home prior to the movie.
Carlington Beadle (centre) and son Jonathan express thanks to LASCO Marketing Officer Renee Bingling (left) and brand representative Renee Rose for their LASCO goodie bag during the annual Maragh and Friends treat for patients on Ward 5 of the Bustamante Hospital for Children on Friday, December 19.
Little Tamoya Edwards is excited to receive a LASCO goodie bag from Sherianne Thompson, LASCO brand representative, during the annual Maragh and Friends Christmas treat for patients on Ward 5 of the Bustamante Hospital for Children on Friday, December 19.-Contributed Photos
Sterling Asset Management Ltd presented a laptop computer and Christmas treats to the Maxfield Park Children's Home on Saturday, December 20, as part of its academic assistance programme to the home. Checking out the laptop's specs with a ward of the home (third right) are (from left) Sterling trio Kevin Richards, Marian Ross and Charles Ross; Aaron Walters, guidance counsellor at Maxfield Park; and Winston Bowen, manager of the children's home.

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