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Something Extra | Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | May 31, 2016 | 5:01 AM
A trip down memory lane to the days of fun and games with (from left) Camile Patterson of Immaculate, Andre Tyrel of St George’s, Joan Badson Mignott of Excelsior High School, and Mark Mothersill of Calabar.
Seems like it was just yesterday that Scotia Insurance's Althea Saddler Wilson of The Queen's School (left) and Jean-Marie Hamilton of Wolmer's Girls School donned these uniforms.
School rivalry aside, Simone Hull Lloyd of St Andrew High School for Girls and Cerene Davis of Holy Childhood High check the meaning of a word in the dictionary.
Is her skirt too short? 'Sister' Joylene Griffiths Irving (right) imparts some wise words to Convent of Mercy Academy Alpha student Simone Walker.
Little Lauren Campbell (daughter of Agent Sasco and Nicole Campbell) sharing a hearty laugh with Sagicor's Chad Anthony Smart.
Members of the Sagicor Foundation and LASCO family share in a light moment with some of the children from the Reading is Cool treat last Friday at Hope Zoo.
LASCO's Marketing Manager Catherine Goodall and Sagicor's Assistant Manager for Corporate Social Responsibility, Garfene Grandison, were pleased as punch.
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Sagicor and LASCO ended Child Month activities with a bang when they joined forces to host the Reading is Cool treat at Hope Zoo last Friday. Meanwhile, school was in session at Scotiabank's head office in downtown Kingston. Enjoy today's dose of Something Extra!