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Something Extra | Monday

Published:Monday | October 16, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Following her presentation on ‘Smartphones as an Entertainment Option’, Kim Lee (right), head of retail marketing and TV, poses for a selfie with Allison Peart, chairman of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica Taxation Committee, at the #Megatrends Business Conference, held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.
Wander Rhodd, founder of the Children’s Centre, at their 30th anniversary awards, held at the Knutsford Court Hotel in Kingston recently.
Sister act! Racquel Watson (right) and her sister Rochelle Rowe, past students at the Children’s Centre, at the organisation’s 30th anniversary awards.
Nicole Stoddart, Miss Supranational Jamaica, shares a hearty laugh with Governor General Sir Patrick Allen (centre) and Professor Trevor Munroe, executive director of National Integrity Action at the ‘I Believe’ Initiative 2017 National Youth Consultative Conference, recently.
Peter Morrison of the Guardsman Game pose with (from left) Candice Minott, manager, brand and integrated marketing at Jamaica National, Sheila Benjamin McNeill, public relations and marketing director of Guardsman Group, and Audrey Miller, purchasing officer of Guardsman, before he leaves for the Guardsman Games obstacle course in Canada.
Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton has the full attention of the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt.
From left: Managing Director of Running Events Limited Alfred Francis; Mayor of Trelawny Collin Gager; Usain Bolt; General Manager of JN Life Insurance Company Oliver Tomlinson; and Minister of Health, Dr Chris Tufton after yesterday’s Heroes in Action run.
Managing Director of 88 Elevate and Project Kase, Kasi Bennett (left), and ZJ Sparks share a light moment after the run.
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They say third time's the charm and that may be true for the JN Heroes in Action Run/Walk that took place at the historic Falmouth Pier in Trelawny yesterday. The fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt and the Usain Bolt Foundation were out in force for the worthy cause. We bring you the highlights and other happenings across the island this Heroes Day.