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Published:Tuesday | August 15, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Leader of Opposition Business in the Senate, Mark Golding (right), chats with marine consultant Jaedon Laws.
Lisa Packer-Chang (left) and Dr Nancy George share smiles at the Palace Cineplex.
Out to support JET were (from left) Stephen Ramsay, Barbara Brandon, Felicia Wong, and Gia and Xavier Osbourne.
Graphic designer and video editor Ronaldo Russell found himself in good company with JET CEO Diana McCaulay (left) and Deputy CEO Suzanne Stanley.
Dr Carey Wallace, director of the Tourism Enhancement Fund, is all smiles as he treats his daughter Wynne-Elle (left) and her friend Anna Sheffield-Tully to a night at the movies.
Attorney-at-law and former JET legal director Danielle Andrade Goffe, and her attorney husband Marcus make a most adorable couple!
The trio of (from left) Eileen Heaven, Effie Crooks and Kim Nesbeth lit up the Palace Cineplex at JET’s movie premiere last Thursday night.


The Jamaica Environment Trust could not have found a more fitting movie to premiere than 'An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.' The new documentary film, is a sequel to the 2006 award winning 'An Inconvenient Truth,' which followed former American Vice President Al Gore's efforts to advocate for Climate Change action over the past decade. Here are the highlights.