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Something Extra | Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | August 15, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Joni-Dale (right), owner of Morgan’s Creek, smells the aroma of a freshly brewed coffee made by Carlyle Gabbion, head barista at Deaf Can! Coffee.
Fabian Jackson (left), manager of Deaf Can! Coffee, and his colleagues Shawn Lyon (stooping) and Alex McDonald (right), take a group photo with patrons after demonstrating how to roast coffee at the launch of Deaf Can! Coffee E3 Cafe and its Sip ‘n’ Sign event.
Denise Harris (right), marketing manager of JN General Insurance, and Claudette Anglin (centre), agreement officer representative at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) share a light moment with Wadia Barnes of Deaf Can! Coffee.
Opal Whyte (left), project manager of the Social Enterprise Boost Initiative takes lessons in brewing a cup of coffee from Carlyle Gabbion, head barista at Deaf Can! Coffee.
Terri-Karrelle Reid (left) media personality, Deika Morrison (right), co-founder and managing director of Mdk Advisory & Consulting Limited and Markland Grey (sitting in background), event planner, learn sign language at the launch.
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Last week Deaf Can! Coffee unlocked another milestone with the launch of Deaf Can! Coffee E3 Cafe at their Sip 'n' Sign event, which was held at the Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf on Cassia Park Road in Kingston. We bring you the highlights.