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Something Extra | Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | October 30, 2019 | 12:11 AM
Minister of Health and Wellness Dr Christopher Tufton (second right) and Tamii Brown (third left), commercial and corporate affairs manager at Salada Foods Jamaica, celebrate another successful staging of the ICWI/Jamaica Reach to Recovery Pink Run with cancer survivors (from left) Maxine Burnett, Eulalee Callum, Hygena Reid and Jennifer Lewis.
Michelle-Ann Letman (centre), assistant manager, public relations and corporate social responsibility, Sagicor Group Jamaica, was only too happy to present Denise Mullings (left), long-time cancer survivor, with a token. Sharing in the moment is Shullian Brown, fundraising and public relations officer at Jamaica Cancer Society.
Noel Fletcher is flanked by Elishua (left) and Kesonjah Reid.
Team Epican Medicinals ready to take on the ICWI/Jamaica Reach to Recovery Pink Run from Emancipation Park.
Team Flair certainly knows how to bring the vibe and excitement.
Going pink! Charissa Clemetson, assistant manager, social and digital media, Sagicor Group Jamaica, presents Alando Terrelonge, state minister in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, with a pink umbrella.
Xaymaca International Director Andrew Bellamy makes a quick trip to the Epican tent as he greets Jermaine Bibbons.
A bright smile from Shaneka White, helps close the curtains on the recent ICWI Pink Run.
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Taking the fight and show of support through to the very end of Breast Cancer Awareness month, there have been a number of activities held in support. Today, we bring you more highlights from the recent ICWI/Jamaica Reach to Recovery Pink Run and a few scenes from the Jamaica Cancer Society’s annual fundraising luncheon, dubbed ‘Keeping Abreast’.