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Published:Thursday | May 7, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Marsha Campbell (right), human resource officer at LIME, receives a warm hug from a student after completing her reading session at Dunrobin Primary School on Tuesday while Tracey-Ann Peynado, sales support agent at Flow, smiles in the background. Flow and LIME teamed up for Read Across Jamaica Day 2015. The books read by the Flow and LIME teams were donated to the school.
Naomi Francis, corporate communications manager at Flow, listens intently as a student from Dunrobin Primary School reads a passage from a book from Jamaican author Elkana Rhule at the recent Read Across Jamaica Day activity held at the school. The merged entities Flow and LIME partnered to read to students as part of the day's activities.
Ative Ennis, head of Innovation and Enterprise Solutions at Digicel Business, gives a hearty greeting to Scott Creighton, VP, product management at Oracle USA, while Rodrigo Cuello, regional sales manager for Customer Experience Solutions at Oracle, looks on at the Digicel Business/Oracle Modern Customer Experience Conference held at The Jamaica Pegasus on Friday, May 1.
Some members of the 200-strong Sandals team 
Sherida Vassell-Jervis smiles as she shares a moment with her son, Dmitri Jervis, at B3's parenting expo at The Jamaica Pegasus on Sunday.
Kourtney Falconer is distracted by our lens while Stephanie Gregory tries to get her attention.
Sharon Gillett-Chambers (left) of Simply Halal shows just what their packaging services have to offer to mother Rochelle Burnett (centre), holding baby Liah Campbell, and Dwight Campbell.
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As the Rock celebrated Read Across Jamaica Day 2015, members of corporate Jamaica took to the classrooms to encourage students to pick up the habit. Here is your daily dose of EXTRA!