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Published:Monday | October 31, 2016 | 10:00 AM
Honourable Kamina Johnson-Smith (left), minister of foreign affairs, greeting Jamaican-Canadian businessman Wes Hall during the cocktail reception of the screening of ‘WES’, at the Carib Theatre on October 19. Looking on is Yanique Forbes-Patrick, Scotia Wealth Management’s portfolio manager.
Elizabeth Buchanan (left), executive director, Institutional Advancement, University of the West Indies, in conversation with Douglas and Michelle Orane last Wednesday, October 19, at the Carib Theatre, during the cocktail reception prior to the screening of WES, a documentary on the life story of Jamaica-born Wesley Hall, Canadian business leader.
Wes Hall greets Lady Allen, wife of the Governor General of Jamaica, prior to the premiere screening in Jamaica of ‘WES’, a documentary on his life story. The screening took place at the Carib Theatre in Kingston on Wednesday, October 19. Also in the photo is Donette Chin-Loy Chang, philanthropist and co-chair, Food For the Poor Canada.
Wes Hall, his wife Christine (centre) and Suzanne Bowen pose for the camera at the cocktail reception at the Carib Theatre on Wednesday, October 19, prior to the screening of ‘WES’, a documentary on his life story.
Showing off their arm candy bracelets (from left) are Audrey McIntosh, manager, Private Banking Centre; Najah Peterkin, manager private client services, NCB Capital Markets; and Elizabeth James, regional manager, NCB Capital Markets.
Cancer survivors, who were gifted with the ‘arm candy’ bracelets from the Sagicor Foundation at the recently held Keeping Abreast Luncheon, bump their fists in solidarity to show support of the fight against cancer.
Sagicor’s Chad Anthony Smart has more than a few laughs for Michelle Distant as he hands her a flower and an arm candy gift to celebrate the fight against cancer.
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The Jamaica Cancer Society and the Jamaica Reach to Recovery have once again come to show their support for breast cancer survivors with the annual Keeping Abreast Luncheon. Hearts were touched people were moved and left with 'arm candy' bracelets, courtesy of the Sagicor Foundation.