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Corporate sightings

Published:Friday | December 26, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Cedric Blair, managing director of Red Stripe, relaxes with entertainer Tifa during the Red Stripe Beer Wednzdays LIVE series at the A Bar last Wednesday.
Digicel's Gail Moss-Solomon (left), director of legal and regulatory affairs and Annalise Harewood, head of Recharge, were all smiles as they shared lens time with William Mahfood, Head of WISYNCO and new president of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) at the recent farewell luncheon for the former head of the PSOJ, Christopher Zacca.
Father Gregory Ramkissoon (left), founder and head of Jamaica's Mustard Seed Communities, and Thalia Lyn, chief executive officer, Island Grill, sing Christmas carols with children from the Mustard Seed Communities following the handover ceremony giving $1,000,000 towards Mustard Seed's Christmas treat at Island Grill Washington Boulevard on Monday, December 22. - Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer
Winston Bowen (left), manager, Maxfield Park Children's Home, chats with Marian Ross, assistant vice-president - business development at Sterling Asset Management Limited, and Charles Ross, its president and chief executive officer. Sterling brought Christmas cheer to the home during the holiday season.
Garfield Dixon (left), regional manager of Tastee, gives a gift to Justin Brown (right), a young patient on Ward 15 at the University Hospital of the West Indies as his mother, Peta-Gay Taylor, looks on. The occasion was a ceremony during which Tastee presented a cheque for $1,000,000 to help purchase equipment for the hospital. - Ian Allen/Photographer
Juliet Virgo-Grey, finance manager, spends time with Wesley Christie at Toyota Jamaica staff Christmas party. - Contributed
Donna Hosang-Smith is escorted by Gary Smith (left) and Dowaine Grant to Toyota Jamaica's staff Christmas party. - Contributed
Tracey-Ann Fletcher poses with Tom Connor, managing director of Toyota Jamaica, at the Toyota Jamaica staff Christmas party at Refuge, Villa Ronai, Old Stony Hill Road, on Friday, December 19. - Contributed