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Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | November 1, 2018 | 12:04 AM
The family that prays together, sees angels together. Wayne Marshall (second right) poses with the ICWI Road Angels, his wife Tamar 'Tami Chin' Mitchell (second left), and their sons Atlas (left) and Jax.
The ICWI Road Angels get a photo opp with the Kingston College runners Tanny Arons (second left) who placed second overall and Kurt Dawkins (second right) who placed third in the 2018 ICWI/Jamaica Reach Recovery Pink Run 5K on Sunday.
The ICWI Road Angels caught up with Agent Sasco (centre) after delivering a winning performance to culminate the 2018 ICWI/Jamaica Reach Recovery Pink Run on Sunday.
From second left: JDF Privates Dunkley, Williams and Sweeney, stand strong in the fight against cancer with the ICWI Road Angels.
Agent Sasco (left) was happy to share the stage with Vinnette Green (centre) and Maureen Saunders, two of the over 5,000 participants at the recent ICWI/Jamaica Reach to Recovery Pink Run.

The Insurance Company of the West Indies (ICWI) has continued to show their commitment to supporting women affected by breast cancer with their title sponsorship of the ICWI/Jamaica Reach to Recovery Pink Run for the past four years. This year's run, held on Sunday, October 28 in New Kingston, was again a success. Here are the highlights.