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Something extra

Published:Friday | August 15, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Major General Robert Neish (retired) chats with Meg Phillips (centre) and Suzanne Williams, both of Liberty Academy at The Priory, at the launch. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Chad Whyte (centre), a young man living with Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism, lymes with Digicel Jamaica CEO Barry O'Brien and Mayor of Kingston Angela Brown Burke after his moving speech at the 5k launch. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Linda Pennicooke (left) and her daughters Racquel (centre) and Kimberley Whyte, came out to support their son and brother, Chad Whyte, who was guest speaker at the 5k launch. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
The gorgeous model Sydney Tapas strikes a pose for us in Vera Wang at RESERVEDnyc.
Our camera snapped the lovely former Miss Ireland Emma Waldron (left) and model Elena Janning. - Contributed PHOTOS
Jamaican International supermodel Jaunel McKenzie snapped a photo with Stephen Downey at RESERVEDnyc.

TGIF! To round off the week, we bring you the Extra highlights of the Ocean Style RESERVEDnyc held in New York City last Thursday and the launch of The Digicel Foundation 5K Night Run/Walk at Digicel headquarters, Ocean Boulevard, downtown Kingston on Wednesday. Happy Weekend everyone!