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Published:Tuesday | June 14, 2016 | 6:00 AM
Cancer survivors Felon Jones (left) and Latoya Jones share a hug at Jamaica Cancer Society’s Relay For Life at the Police Officers’ Club, Old Hope Road, on Saturday.
Mayor of Kingston Angella Brown Burke stopped by the Sagicor booth at Relay For Life to leave a special handprinted message on the Sagicor Foundation Memory Board for a loved one who has suffered from cancer.
Custos of Kingston Steadman Fuller (left) greets chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society, Dr Otis Brawley, while executive director of the Jamaica Cancer Society, Yulit Gordon, looks on.
Talk about a throwback. Meckeisha Wong rocks her Afro and ’70s get-up at Creative Kids Throwback party in Waterworks, Manor Park, on Saturday.
Sagicor’s assistant manager for special projects and Events, Kadia Edwards, spends some time with her daughter Imani Edwards (centre) and niece Grace Dwyer at Saturday’s Relay For Life.
Principal of Ardenne High school Nadine Molloy shows off her agility on the obstacle course on the grounds of the Jamaica Defence Force. Some of the country’s leading educators took to the training grounds at Up Park Camp recently as they symbolically gear up for the upcoming education revolution to be ignited at iLead School Leadership Summit to be hosted by JN Foundation next month.
Talk about getting militant! Female educators (from left) Colleen Montague, Dr Renée Rattray, Kandi-Lee Crook-Smith, Kasan Troupe and Nadine Molloy sport warpaint and appear ready to start a revolution in education.
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