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Something Extra | Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | March 15, 2017 | 3:00 AM
Director of corporate services at Kingston Bookshop, Sonia Fuller, and author Roland Watson-Grant pause at the KB soirée.
AIM Educational Services general manager Gabby Foster flashes a smile for the camera.
The ever-graceful Professor Verene Shepherd.
Heineken’s Rochelle Clarke, Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Kadija Richards and CARICRIS’s Michelle Kandasammy came to satisfy their passion for books.
Richie Drenz posing with two of his prized possessions.
Top 3 winners in the inaugural Sagicor Foundation Imagine Awards competition pose after being presented with their handcrafted plaques. From left: Lamar Dell, managing director, Castor Fields Farms whose company placed third; Anna Smith, founder and creative director, Invitokens, first-place winner; and D’Andre Fraser, CEO, Billodex. The young entrepreneurs were chosen by Sagicor Foundation based on their strong business acumen and leadership talent. Each business was given a cash injection and a Sagicor Bank SME account.
Top 3 winners in the inaugural Sagicor Foundation Imagine Awards competition pose after being presented with their handcrafted plaques. From left: Lamar Dell, managing director, Castor Fields Farms whose company placed third; Anna Smith, founder and creative director, Invitokens, first-place winner; and D’Andre Fraser, CEO, Billodex. The young entrepreneurs were chosen by Sagicor Foundation based on their strong business acumen and leadership talent. Each business was given a cash injection and a Sagicor Bank SME account.
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Kingston Bookshop held a lovely soiree that beckoned to readers while showcasing the talent of Jamaican authors. Here are the highlights of last Thursday's KB soiree.