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Published:Tuesday | August 25, 2015 | 12:00 AM
ZJ Sparks, the master of ceremonies at Friday's inaugural Digicel Back-to-School Fair in Montego Bay, congratulates a number of young patrons, who were awarded piggy-banks, during the fun-day activity, held at the Montego Bay Boys' and Girls' Club on Friday.
Aldria Grant (left), administrative assistant for Summerfest Productions Limited, chats with Mark Martin, sponsorship executive for Digicel, during the inaugural Digicel Back-to-School Fair, held at the Montego Bay Boys' and Girls' Club on Friday.
Mark Martin (stooping left), sponsorship executive for Digicel, and Ryan Prendergast (stooping right), chief executive officer for Tango's Entertainment, hanging out with some of the children who were recipients of back-to-school items at the inaugural Digicel Back-to-School Fair, held at the Montego Bay Boys' and Girls' Club on Friday.
Parents mill around outside the bounce-about attractions as their children soak up the excitement at the inaugural Digicel Back-to-School Fair, held at the Montego Bay Boys' and Girls' Club on Friday.
Janel Graham (left)) and Tiana Lawrence (second left)), brand ambassadors for the Wisynco Group Limited, serve drinks to patrons at the inaugural Digicel Back-to-School Fair, held at the Montego Bay Boys' and Girls' Club on Friday.
Members of the Montego Bay Boys' and Girls' Club perform an item during the inaugural Digicel Back-to-School Fair, held at the Club on Friday.
Diana James (right), brand ambassador for Reggae Jammin', serves hot dogs to young patrons at the inaugural Digicel Back-to-School Fair, held at the Montego Bay Boys' and Girls' Club on Friday.
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Telecommunication giant Digicel, renowned for taking its corporate responsibilities quite seriously, was at its generous best last Friday as it staged its inaugural Back-to-School Fair at the Montego Bay Boys' and Girls' Club, in St James.

While the event was for the children, many parents turned out and participated in the excitement, which was masterminded by representatives from Digicel, Tango's Entertainment, the Wisynco Group Limited and the host Montego Bay Boys and Girls Club.

Today, we give you SOMETHING EXTRA from the event through the lens of The Gleaner's photographer Christopher Thomas.