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Something Extra

Published:Friday | September 5, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Trisha Williams-Singh, senior corporate relations manager at Digicel, cracks up Carlton Grant (centre), director of A2 Zed Learning Centre, and Milton Samuda, chairman of JAMPRO, at the launch of the A2 Zed Learning Centre and opening of classroom at the Holy Childhood Prep School last week. -Contributed
Students using the Box Light Interactive Classroom Solution Board at the launch of the A2 Zed Learning Centre, and opening of classroom at the Holy Childhood Prep School in St Andrew last week.-Contributed
Minister of Education Ronald Thwaites (right) congratulates winner of the Carlton Levy Memorial Scholarship, second-year business administration student at the University of Technology, Joelle Blake, at the Kiwanis Club of Kingston's 50th anniversary luncheon meeting, held on Tuesday at the New Kingston Conference Centre. Blake is the first person to receive the scholarship, which is named in honour of Kiwanian par excellence, the late Carlton Levy. Looking on are: Lieutenant Governor, Division 23 East, Ralston Nunes (second left) and President Elect, Marcel Boyce.-JIS
Minister of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining Phillip Paulwell is captivated by the new Samsung curved ultra high definition TV. Samsung's marketing manager, Patricia Laufer, is quite excited by her company's latest creation, which they launched on Wednesday at the Mona Visitors' Lodge in St Andrew. -Brian McCalla/Freelance Photographer
On your mark, get set, GO! From left: Don Anderson, coach Glen Mills, event director Grace Jackson, a church member and Pastor David Henry at the launch of the Swallowfield Transformational 5K (Run/Walk) at Swallowfield Chapel on Swallowfield Road in St Andrew on Wednesday, showing that they were fit and ready for the race. -Rudolph Brown/Photographer

To cap off the week, here is SOMETHING EXTRA from some of the week's main events.