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Published:Tuesday | September 18, 2018 | 12:00 AM
(From left) Rickayla Hewitt and Mayberry Investment executives, Michelle Kameka, Karel Ellington and Kerine Hewitt, stop for a quick pic at the Colour Me Happy 5k run on Saturday, September 15th at the Hope Botanical Garden.
Kamila McDonald (left), public figure and fitness enthusiast, is all smiles as she takes a quick pic with Mayberry Investment junior operation officer, Kerine Hewitt.
Samantha Isaacs (left) and Kimberli Dowding, came out to rep for the Mayberry team at the Colour Me Happy 5k run on Saturday.
Mayberry Investments Assistant VP, marketing, Anika Smith-Jengelley, race to the finish line with her daughter Madeleine Jengelley, at the Colour Me Happy 5k run on Saturday, September 15, at the Hope Botanical Garden.
Mayberry Investment VP marketing, Anika Jengelley and Vikram Asnani, chairperson, Smoker 2018, are all smiles at the well attended Smoker Gala night, held recently. Smoker is an annual tradition where third-year medical and dental students work together to conceptualize, direct, produce and display a theatrical production to the public, all in the name of charity.

The annual Colour Me Happy run held at Hope Botanic Gardens on Saturday saw hundreds of runners and walkers coming out to give support to the worthy cause of building basic schools across Jamaica through the Kind Heart Foundation. Mayberry Investments, a long-time partner, was on spot with a team, hand in hand, showing support for another successful staging. Here are some highlights: