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Published:Monday | September 22, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Scotiabank executives Heather Goldson (left), Gladstone Whitelocke (right), and Carl Bright have an animated discussion at a dinner celebrating the bank's 125th anniversary in Jamaica.-Contributed
From left: Jacqueline Sharp, president & CEO Scotia Group and her husband, Jason, are on hand to greet Adrian Robinson and other guests as they arrive for the bank's 125th anniversary cocktails and concert.-Contributed
After being challenged by his wife Makeba, Digicel's head of commercial operations, Brian Bennett-Easy (second left), not only accepted the Water Tank for Schools Challenge, but took it a step further by personally purchasing a 650-gallon tank to help ease Tivoli GardenHigh School'swater woes. The telecoms exec recently delivered the tank to the high school and accepting the delivery on behalf of the school is principal Shirley Lopez (left), Paulette Anderson-Phillips (centre), and Raymond Thorpe (right). The #wtspushupchallenge is an initiative that is providing water tanks for schools throughout the island that are in need of the precious commodity. Other companies that have participated in the challenge are Flow, Facey Commodity, Stewart's Auto Group and The Gleaner Company.-see full caption at the end of story.
Valerie Brown (left) and Rosina Moder smile for the photographer at last Thursday's American Women's Group luncheon held at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel along Waterloo Road in St Andrew. Brian McCalla/Freelance Photographer
Trefina Asiedu (left), president of the American Women's Group, has a warm hug for Raisa Woodstock, daughter of Dawn Woodstock, the group's fundraising chair, at last Thursday's luncheon held at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel, St Andrew. R. Danny Williams was the guest speaker. Brian McCalla/Freelance Photographer
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It's a new week, and of course, we have great highlights from the weekend. Scotia celebrates 125 in Jamaica, Samantha J in the Big Apple, and another school benefits from the push up challenge. Here is your EXTRA dose of fabulous.

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After being challenged by his wife Makeba, Digicel's head of commercial operations, Brian Bennett-Easy (second left), not only accepted the Water Tank for Schools Challenge, but took it a step further by personally purchasing a 650-gallon tank to help ease Tivoli GardenHigh School'swater woes. The telecoms exec recently delivered the tank to the high school and accepting the delivery on behalf of the school is principal Shirley Lopez (left), Paulette Anderson-Phillips (centre), and Raymond Thorpe (right). The #wtspushupchallenge is an initiative that is providing water tanks for schools throughout the island that are in need of the precious commodity. Other companies that have participated in the challenge are Flow, Facey Commodity, Stewart's Auto Group and The Gleaner Company. - contributed.