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Published:Thursday | August 9, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Mayor of Montego Bay and Chairman of the St James Municipal Corporation, Councillor Homer Davis (left), Custos of St. James, Bishop Conrad Pitkin (2nd left), Attorney General and Member of Parliament for West Central St James, Mrs Marlene Malahoo Forte and National Security Minister and MP for North West St. James, Dr Horace Chang pose for the camera after participating in the Independence Day Civic ceremony.
Dr Carleene Grant-Davis (left) and Odette Dyer were in a celebratory mood at the Independence Day Civic cermony.
Sonia Daley Clarke (left) and Miss St James Festival Queen, Chris-Ann Douglas, showed patriotic pride at the Spirit of Independence award ceremony in Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay.
Entertainer Rosh Rebel poses for the camera after her performance. Entertainer Rosh Rebel poses for the camera after her performance *** Local Caption *** Contributed Photo Entertainer Rosh Rebel poses for the camera after her performance.
From left: Recipient of the St James Municipal Council, Spirit of Independence Award for tourism and philanthropy, Frank Sondern, senior manager, RIU Resorts, (centre) is flanked by Lisa Shippey Campbell, of RIU Reggae, and Courtney Johnson, of RIU Reggae and RIU Palace.
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The tourist capital Montego Bay came alive with the Independence Day Civic ceremony recently at Sam Sharpe Square. Black, green and gold flooded the streets as persons celebrated Jamaica's 56th anniversary of independence in their patriotic colours. Minister Chang read the Independence Day message written by Prime Minister Andrew Holness.