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Something Extra | Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | November 17, 2020 | 12:09 AM
What better way is there to relax? Spa therapist Yolando Martin gives Denise Williams a well-deserved massage.
What better way is there to relax? Spa therapist Yolando Martin gives Denise Williams a well-deserved massage.
Denise James enjoys a specially blended cocktail just before her spa treatment.
Denise James enjoys a specially blended cocktail just before her spa treatment.
Nurses from the Kingston Public Hospital flank Melia McKitty Plummer (third left), branch manager at Sagicor Life Corporate Circle, following a gift basket presentation to the health professionals. They are (from left) Denise James, Toni Bennett, Ruthlyn W
Nurses from the Kingston Public Hospital flank Melia McKitty Plummer (third left), branch manager at Sagicor Life Corporate Circle, following a gift basket presentation to the health professionals. They are (from left) Denise James, Toni Bennett, Ruthlyn Williams, Ann Marie Clayton, and Lorna Glenn.
Ruthlyn Williams receives a facial treatment from spa therapist Samantha Kelly.
Ruthlyn Williams receives a facial treatment from spa therapist Samantha Kelly.
Toni Bennett gets a hand massage from nail technician Odette Barnett as part of her manicure.
Toni Bennett gets a hand massage from nail technician Odette Barnett as part of her manicure.
Ann Marie Clayton (left) accepts a gift basket from Melia McKitty Plummer.
Ann Marie Clayton (left) accepts a gift basket from Melia McKitty Plummer.
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Five exceptional nurses from the Kingston Public Hospital were on Sunday treated to a relaxing afternoon at the Adam and Eve Day Spa in Kingston by Sagicor Life and Sagicor Foundation. The health professionals were pampered from head to toe as a special thank you for their continued service, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis. The appreciation didn’t stop at spa treatments. The nurses also received gift baskets packed with delectable treats. Here are the highlights.