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Something Extra | Friday

Published:Friday | May 12, 2017 | 5:00 AM
High Tea with the JMMB family. From left: Simone Dunbar, human resource administrative manager; Kerry-Ann Stimpson, group chief marketing officer; and CEO of JMMB’s Joan Duncan Foundation Kim Mair enjoying the afternoon’s proceedings in fine fashion.
Hats off to friends Blair Whittingham (left) and Ann-Marie Grant, who came to ‘slay’ the Go Red ‘runway’ from head to toe.
Nestum hostesses and nutrition advisors Kayon Brooks (left) and Vania Richards make a cute pair by the Nestum Corner at the symposium on iron refortification hosted by Nestlé Jamaica for healthcare professionals.
Nestlé Jamaica Country Manager Daniel Caron is quite animated alongside Bo, the Nestum bear, as the senior marketing manager of Baby Foods – Caribbean, Ria Sookram (left), and Dianne Thompson, Nestlé’s nutrition business development manager – English-speaking Caribbean, look on.
Speakers for the evening, Michelle Gordon (left) and Melanie Schwapp, unite in fashionable white for the first-ever ‘What Flavour Mom Are You?’ event.
Mother and fashionista Angelie Spencer poses proudly with her prize from Sangster’s Rum Cream’s ‘What Flavour Mom Are You?’ @twentythree on Tuesday night.
New FLOW managing director Stephen Price (second left) is at ease as he handles a ball python at the Hope Zoo on Tuesday. Looking on (from left) are Ian Cleverly, FLOW’s chief financial officer; Milton Rieback, the new curator at the zoo; and Kayon Wallace, director of corporate communications and stakeholder management. The senior executives joined more than 60 children from state-run homes for a day of reading fun on Read Across Jamaica Day on May 9.
Susanna O’Sullivan, FLOW’s senior director of IT service assurance and deployment, shares a warm moment with a young ward from the Walker’s Place of Safety.
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TGIF! We end this week with some exciting highlights. From Go Red for Women High Tea to Sangster's Rum Cream trying to decipher What Flavour Mom Are You? There is nothing called downtime in Jamaica. Enjoy your weekend!