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On the corporate social circuit

Published:Friday | September 30, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Media personality Dahlia Harris checks out the painting aisle at the newly opened Rapid True Value Manor Park store during the official opening on Sunday, September 25. Rapid True Value has 10 stores islandwide and is a division of Hardware & Lumber, along with Agro Grace.
Donna Doran, CEO of Hardware & Lumber Limited, shares a moment with directors Michael Ammar (centre) and Christopher Bovell at the recent official opening of Rapid True Value Manor Park.
Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Minister Kamina Johnson Smith (fourth right) and Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Audrey Marks (fourth left), are seen with Jamaican students who attend Howard University in Washington, DC, during a recent reception hosted by the Embassy of Jamaica.
From left: Dr Fred Kennedy, Reverend Ronald Thwaites, Dr Aggrey Irons, Paul Bitter and Don Wehby, the new inductees to the St George’s College Hall of Fame for 2016, stand proudly with their citations at the Hall of Fame Banquet, held at The M at the Spanish Court Hotel, Worthington Avenue, on Saturday, September 24.
From left: Alain Carreau, managing director, Rubis Energy Jamaica Limited; Raymond Samuels, head of retail, Rubis Energy Jamaica Limited, and Ricardo Nuncio, managing director, Red Stripe, in discussion at the celebration of ‘Drink Responsible Day’ on September 16, when the WE-ID programme was relaunched.
From left: Gary Dixon, marketing director, J.Wray & Nephew; Stacy-Ann Smith, brand and corporate public relations manager, Red Stripe; Ricardo Nuncio, managing director, Red Stripe; Dianne Ashton-Smith, head of corporate relations, Red Stripe; and Michael Tucker, executive director, National Council on Drug Abuse, pose for the camera at Sovereign on the Boulevard on September 16 for the relaunch of the WE-ID programme.