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Something Extra - Thursday

Published:Thursday | July 30, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Tanya Lee, marketing manager at Digicel SportsMax, and Tari Lovell, sponsorship executive at Digicel, used the half-time break of the Jamaica vs Mexico match to take this photo.
Peter Chin (right), managing director LASCO Distributors Limited, with Kaysha Foote (centre), LASCO/NAJ 2015 Student Nurse of the Year, and outgoing Nursing Student of the Year 2014 Ava-Gail Lindsay, at the awards ceremony at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Saturday.
Prudence Grandison, (left), registered nurse/registered midwife, poses with Sadrieka Williams, second runner-up Nurse of the Year 2014, at the LASCO/NAJ 2015 Nurse of the Year awards ceremony held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Saturday.
Investment Banker Douglas Robinson (left) and attorney-at-law Matthew Hogarth caught up with Campari Brand Manager Tannika White (centre) by the Campari ‘Red Bar’, at the launch of the Treehouse Pub & Lounge.
From left: Omar Lynch, outreach coordinator for Iphias International Film Festival; Clint Ferguson, business sales executive at Digicel Business; and Cornel Comrie, facilities manager at Stocks and Securities Limited, take a break from the match to snap a quick photo.
From left: Holly Alexander, Carrie ‘Quizz’ Sigurdson, owner, Treehouse Pub & Lounge, and Leslie Hamilton, at the official launch of the Treehouse Pub & Lounge on Friday. The eatery also features the island’s second Campari ‘Red Bar’
It’s like a movie: NoMaddz group member Everaldo Creary (right), movie producer Storm Saulter (centre), and actor Kadeem Wilson made the Digicel Viewing Party at Tracks & Records their venue to watch the Gold Cup final between Jamaica and Mexico.
Patrick Hylton, managing director of National Commercial Bank, greets Bernadette Barrow, senior vice-president, First Global Bank, at the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica’s President’s Forum at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Tuesday.

The SOMETHING EXTRA lens has been roving out and about Jamaica to capture the deats from social happenings, here is your daily dose.