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Something Extra

Published:Tuesday | October 14, 2014 | 10:00 AM
Senate President Floyd Morris shows he is in tip-top shape before the start of the Digicel Foundation 5K Run/Walk for Special Needs, held on the waterfront, downtown Kingston, on Saturday.
The family that walks together, stays together. Digicel CEO Barry O'brien (second right), and his wife, Ruth (right), son Luke (left) and daughter Christine, walked for charity on Saturday.
Sandwiched by Harry Smith (left) and Peter Lloyd (right), Miss Kitty flashes her pearly whites for our camera. PHOTOS BY Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Mikael Phillips is a lucky man sandwiced by Shelley Hendrickson (left) and Samantha Chantrelle, CEO of the Digicel Foundation.
'What's your time?' could be what Dr Carl Bruce (right) is asking Barry O'Brien (left), CEO, Digicel, and Jason Corrigan, after the Digicel Foundation 5K Run/Walk for Special Needs, held on Saturday.
As fit as a fiddle are (from left) Ce'Cile, DJ Bambino, Shelly-Ann Curran and Judine Hunter at the Digicel Foundation 5K Run/Walk for Special Needs, held on the waterfront, downtown Kingston, on Saturday.
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On Saturday, in celebration of its 10th anniversary, the Digicel Foundation invited Jamaicans to participate in a 5K. For the third year, the night event raised funds and increased awareness of Jamaica's special-needs community. The excitement of racing through the streets of downtown Kingston, culminating in a post-race party and live concert on the harbour, was high. Here are your SUPER EXTRA highlights!