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Something Extra | Monday

Published:Monday | May 27, 2019 | 12:24 AM
Company executives glance at the camera lens in the midst of their discussion. From left are Frank Sondern, general manager at RIU Reggae Hotel; Don Wehby, group CEO of the GraceKennedy Group of Companies; and Steven Whittingham, group chief investment officer with the GraceKennedy Group.
Representatives from the GraceKennedy Group subsidiaries (from left) Kenzil King, manager at FGB’s Corporate Banking Division; Ryan Strachan, vice-president of investment relations at GraceKennedy Capital; and Dave DaCosta, head of marketing at FGB, catching up on the social side of work.
Don Wehby (right), group CEO of the GraceKennedy Group of Companies, takes some lessons about the culinary arts from Dennis McIntosh, president of the Jamaica Culinary Federation.
Montego Bay Mayor Homer Davis (left) seizes the occasion to have a one-to-one conversation with Don Wehby, group CEO at the GraceKennedy Group of Companies.
Tara Goulbourne (left), JP Tropical Foods commercial manager, greets Minister of State in the Ministry of Industry, Culture, Agriculture and Fisheries Floyd Green.
From left: Tara Goulbourne, JP Tropical Foods corporate affairs manager; Shauna Fuller, Kingston Bookshop director; and reigning Miss Jamaica World and Miss World Caribbean, Kadijah Robinson, proudly display some Jamaican-authored children’s books.
Grade-three student at Jessie Ripoll Primary School Keliece Mundy beautifully delivers a segment of ‘Kito in the Kitchen’ by Jamaica author Radha Pooran. Sharing in the moment is Tara Goulbourne, JP Tropical Foods commercial manager.
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The big boys came out to play at First Global Bank’s (FGB) recent staging of the Monday Club, held at the Grand-A-View Restaurant and Event Place in Montego Bay. The Monday Club is a males-only social event that is held monthly and sees company executives, business owners, professionals, among other individuals, in attendance. Each staging is sponsored by a corporate entity. Also featured is a quick look at JP St Mary’s involvement in the Kingston Bookshop (KB) Reading Day, held recently at the KB head office on King Street. Here are the highlights.