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Contributed Joan Forrest Henry, divisional sales and marketing manager of Best Dressed Chicken hugs her son Brandon Henry as they celebrate his 18th birthday at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel recently.
Rudolph Brown/Photographer Winsome Wilkins (centre), chief exdcutive officer of the Council of Voluntary Social Services leans in to hear what Miguel Williams, senior programme development specialist in the Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture while Kimberley Sherlock, co-founder of Bloom Foundation for Education looks on at the National Volunteer Symposium 2014 Volunteerism A Spotlight on Youth Leadership and Innovation" at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Friday, December 5.
Rudolph Brown/Photographer Clovis Josephs pose with Michelle Folkes (left) and Janique Crawford at the recent Sagicor Glitz and Glam Christmas Party held at Hope Gardens, St Andrew.
Rudolph Brown/Photographer Zaid Hamil pose with Kellise Wong (right) and Natalie Rowland at Sagicor Glitz and Glam Christmas party.
Professor Trevor Munroe (left), executive director of National Integrity Action and Jamie-Ann Chevannes spend time with Giovanni Hutchinson, Munro top CAPE performer at Munro College annual prize giving and awards ceremony at Munro College on Friday, November 14.
Contributed Photo Guest speaker at Manchester High School's Prize Giving held at the school in Mandeville recently, H. Wayne Powell, vice president Scotiabank International and head of retail delivery, English Caribbean Region shared the thoughts of Warren Buffett with the students of his alma mater. He encouraged students to focus on “what are you going to do with you to ensure that you are the best.” This was in keeping with the prize giving's theme “Stimulating the wisdom and courage of my mind" From Left are: Jasford Gabriel , principal; Dr Nicola Smellie past student /past parent and H. Wayne Powell past student /guest speaker.