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Something Extra | Monday

Published:Monday | October 22, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Yulit Gordon (left), executive director of the Jamaica Cancer Society (JCS) gives a warm hug to Renée Rose, Curves brand manager at LASCO Distributors Limited, after the recent presentation of a symbolic cheque of $100,000 at the JCS’s Kingston headquarters.
Jamaica’s national delegation, representing animation companies and creative entrepreneurs, is pictured at the MIPCOM market in Cannes, France. The delegation is part of the Business of Sustainability for Studios (BOSS) programme, executed by the JAMPRO Film Commission and the Office of the Prime Minister, Youth Employment in Digital and Animation Industry (YEDAI) project, and funded by the World Bank.
Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett (right) shakes hands with Jamaican ambassador to China, Antonia Hugh, during a recent courtesy call to his New Kingston office.
From left: Metry Seaga, President of the JMEA; Audley Shaw, minister of industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries; and Norman Horne, CEO of ARC Limited, engage in light conversation at the recent JMEA Annual Awards Gala held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.
Norman Horne, president and CEO of ARC Limited, and the lovely Ashley-Ann Foster were a sight to behold at the recent JMEA Annual Awards Gala.
Signed and sealed: COK Sodality CEO Aloun N’dombet Assamba (left) shakes hands with Bill Express CEO Michelle Allen (right) at a recent signing of an agreement to increase access for COK members. Sharing in the moment are COK Sodality COO Linda J. Miller (second left) and GKMS Country Manager Margaret Campbell.
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It's a medley of events for today's edition of Something Extra, as we pull bits and pieces from various occasions. Included are highlights from a recent donation that was made to the Jamaica Cancer Society from the Curves brand at LASCO Distributors Limited; COK's new partnership with Bill Express; and more. Enjoy!