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Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | May 4, 2017 | 5:17 AM
Jacqueline Sharp, president and CEO of Scotia Group, and Jeffery Hall (left), chairman of Scotiabank, pose with retiring directors Charles Johnston (second left) and Anthony Chang.
Donovan Hanson is flanked by Rosemarie Pillner (left) and Julie Thompson at the Scotia Group special farewell dinner for retiring directors.
Tracey Quist Da Costa, owner of Farmers Bargain Hut, shares lens with Chris Campbell, proprietor of Campbell’s Wholesale.
From left: Chris Bird, proprietor of OMG Restaurant and Coffee Bar; Leleika Barnes, trade manager at J. Wray and Nephew Limited; reggae artiste Sanchez; Tannika White, brand manager of Appleton Estate, and her colleague Levi Bloomfield, on-trade sales manager. The occasion was the first staging of Appleton Estate Signature Nights, held at OMG in Mandeville, Manchester.
Newly weds Machel and Melisia Webster enjoy the festivities during Appleton Estate Signature Nights.
Duane James, CEO of Mandeville Agricultural Complex, and his wife Summer, proprietor of Anita Elizabeth Boutique, enjoying the first staging of Appleton Estate Signature Nights, held at OMG Restaurant and Coffee Bar in Mandeville, featured live performance by reggae artiste, Sanchez.
The beautiful Chanalee Scott at Appleton Estate Signature Nights.
From Left:Trade manager at J. Wray and Nephew Leleika Barnes with colleagues Sasheeni Bennett (centre) trade marketing coordinator, and Olivene Rose, POS specialist.
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Today we bring you highlights from the first in the Appleton Signature night series, which took place recently in cool cool Mandeville featuring reggae crooner Sanchez. Meanwhile in Kingston it was adios for two retiring directors of Scotiabank.