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Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | September 15, 2016 | 9:00 AM
FLOW team members (from left) Matthew Webster, Joanna Simpson, Kayon Wallace, Danielle Savory and Stephen Miller pose for the camera. FLOW has been the title sponsor of the prestigious competition for 4 successive years.
Lissant Mitchell, Scotia Investments Jamaica Ltd. CEO and Kayon Wallace, Director of Corporate Communications and Stakeholder Management were snapped enjoying a match at the Catherine Hall Stadium during opening weekend of the ISSA/FLOW School Boy Football 2016 competition.
From left: FLOW's Joanna Simpson, Retail Channel Manager and Kayon Wallace, Director of Corporate Communications and Stakeholder Management share a moment with  Romeo Wright and Jovoney Brown  of STETHS. Both players scored a hat trick in their 10-1 defeat of Anchovy High School.
Bon Voyage! Mrs. Juliet Holness, M.P., with Senior Legal Counsel Jane George and HR Director Venton Brown of J. Wray & Nephew Limited bid farewell to Ambassador-Designate to the United States Audrey Marks at the official farewell function held at Vale Royal on Friday September 9, 2016
(From L-R) Becky Stockhausen, Former Executive Director of American Chamber of Commerce, Jane George, Senior Legal Counsel of J. Wray & Nephew Limited, Gerard Johnson, Advisor at Inter-American Development Bank and Tanikie McClarthy Allen, Director Public Affairs and Sustainability pause to smile for our cameras at the official farewell function for Ambassador-Designate to the United States Audrey Marks recently.
David Butler CEO of Digicel Jamaica (left) and Usain Bolt chief speed officer as Bolt made his way to his first day of work at Digicel at their head office on Tuesday.
JPS's Kelly Tomblin made sure to give her love to Audrey Marks at the farewell function.
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Football, send-offs and speed. It's all happening in SOMETHING EXTRA.