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Something Extra - Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | May 26, 2015 | 5:00 AM
Businesswoman Ann-Marie Lewis (left) was clearly enjoying what Adrian Frater (right), the news editor at The Gleaner’s Western Bureau, was saying about her delicious fruit punch, which was served during lunch at last Thursday’s Job Creation, Investment and Growth Forum at the Coco Palm Restaurant in Junction. Looking on is caterer Tamsina Lewis.
After more than three decades of exemplary service to her community, businesswoman Lorna Wint, CEO of Junction Pharmacy in Junction, St Elizabeth, was able to paint a very revealing picture of the town as she made her contribution at last Thursday’s Job Creation, Investment and Growth Forum at the Coco Palm Restaurant in Junction.
Tamsina Lewis, who performed catering duties during last Thursday’s Job Creation, Investment and Growth Forum at the Coco Palm Restaurant in Junction, putting the final touches to the preparation for lunch.
With the Social Development Commission being one of the established pillars driving growth and development in St Elizabeth, Alrick Miller, the commission’s parish manager, had a lot to say during last Thursday’s Job Creation, Investment and Growth Forum at the Coco Palm Restaurant in Junction.
Mark Titus, The Gleaner’s Western Bureau’s premier business reporter (right), was clearly in search of more news as he zoned in on North East St Elizabeth’s member of parliament Richard Parchment (centre) and president of the St Elizabeth Chamber of Commerce, businessman Howard Hendricks.
Businesswoman Lorna Wint (right), the CEO of Junction Pharmacy in Junction, holds the interest of Stephanie Lewis-Brown, the Social Development Commission’s research coordinator in St Elizabeth, as she whispers something to her during last Thursday’s Job Creation, Investment and Growth Forum at the Coco Palm Restaurant in Junction.
President of the St Elizabeth Chamber of Commerce, businessman Howard Hendricks (right), was clearly at his witty best as he holds the attention of Stephanie Lewis-Brown (left), the Social Development Commission (SDC) research coordinator, St Elizabeth; and Alrick Miller, the SDC Parish Manager for St Elizabeth.
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Last Thursday, the community of Junction in St Elizabeth hosted The Gleaner's news team, which staged a Job Creation, Investment and Growth Forum at the scenic Coco Palm Restaurant.

While the visit to the popular township was primarily for work, The Gleaner team could not help but revel in the clean, peaceful, and extremely pleasant surroundings, a most welcomed departure from the hustle and bustle of urban life.

During and after the forum, the shutter of photographer Paul Clarke's camera was kept quite busy as he sought to capture the happenings as they unfolded.

Today, we give you a little something extra from that memorable trip to the popular rural township.