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Spelling Bee was F-U-N cont'd

Published:Sunday | February 14, 2010 | 12:00 AM
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Norman Marshall, managing director of Sangster's Book Stores, presents a book prize commitment to Karin Cooper, manager - business development and marketing. Sangster's provides prize books to all spellers in the parish competitions. - Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer


Belinda Williams, public relations and corporate affairs manager of National Commercial Bank, presents the Champion Boy cheque to Owayne Rodney. - Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer


Tremaine Dixon receives the Garfield Grandison Comprehension Trophy from Garfield Grandison, The Gleaner's editor-in-chief, for his top placement in that test.


Claire Clarke, marketing and sales manager at TVJ and TVJ-SN, presents the TVJ award to the top speller from the county of Cornwall, Lois Robinson.- Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer


Coach Errol Campbell woos the audience in the karaoke segment of the Spelling Bee dinner on Wednesday, February 3. Jennifer 'Jenni Jenni' Small, emcee, looks on. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer


Diana Cunningham, school savings coordinator of Jamaica National Building Society, associate sponsors, presents a coach's prize to Rev Glen Archer. At right is Llewelyn Bailey, assistant general manager at JNBS. - Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer


Champion Girl Daviesh Mills receives the Theodore Sealy Dictation Trophy from Nordia Craig, The Gleaner's advertising operations manager, for her top placement in the dictation test.- Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer


SuperClubs provided a weekend for the top-three spellers and their coaches/chaperones at Breezes Resorts & Spa Trelawny. Pictured from left are Winston Henry (Breezes), Marvin Treasure (Breezes), Terry-Anne Wilson (The Gleaner), Norma Dobson (Breezes), Karin Cooper (The Gleaner), Hanif Brown (speller), Owayne Rodney (speller), Tremaine Dixon (speller), Carlene Rodney (parent), Jacqueline Dixon (parent), and Glen Archer (coach).- photo by Noel Thompson