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Something Extra - Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | May 4, 2016 | 5:00 AM
Scotia volunteer Peta Gaye Wynter requests more education for children at the ScotiaFoundation Launch of Child Month activities.
Dr Pauline Mullings of the National Child Month Committee calls for an end to child abuse at the ScotiaFoundation Launch of Child Month activities.
Hospiten’s Sam James is sandwiched by Holiday Services’ Tiffany Leemans (left) and Tobi King.
Melia Braco Trelawny beauties (from left) Colleen Fletcher, Karla Brackett and Sheryl-Kaye Campbell looking fabulous at the JAPEX opening party.
Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett (centre) is in the company of two powerhouse women in tourism — president of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association, Nicola Madden-Greig (left), and head of Passport, Immigration and Citizenship Agency, Jennifer McDonald — at the opening of JAPEX last Friday night at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.
Following her powerful performance at the Jamaica Product Exchange 2016 (JAPEX) opening party, Jamaican songbird Tessanne Chin (centre) shares lens with (from left) Caribbean Airlines executives Kaye Chang, Alicia Cabrera, Lisa Morales, and Delia Bennett.
Kelly Tomblin, CEO at Jamaica Public Service, shares a photo moment with FLOW’s Danielle Savory at the JAPEX cocktail.
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Last weekend, all eyes were on Jamaica, specifically the Montego Bay Convention Centre, for Jamaica Product Exchange. Plus, it's Child Month, and ScotiaFoundation has a message for you!