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A week of golf

Published:Friday | April 16, 2010 | 4:00 AM
Executives of J. Wray and Nephew were having a good time, from left: Ray Therrien, David Walton, Nohaud Azan and Andrew Desnoes.
Close friends (from left) Neil Baugh, Dale Delapenha, managing director, Delapenha's Funeral Home; and Brandon Lue-Sang, Brumalia Hardware, check out a message on a BlackBerry at the Ladies Professional Golf Tournament welcome reception. - Photos by Noel Thompson
St Ann-based physician and surgeon Dr Roosevelt Crooks and his daughter, Cece Crooks, in conversation at the welcome reception.
Senior executives of the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPSCo) are engrossed in conversation at the welcome reception for players and participants of the Ladies Professional Golf Tournament. From left are Damian Obiglio, Bob Dickerman, Osvaldo Cano and Winsome Callum. The JPS Company was one of the main sponsors of the event organised by Mojo Marketing and Media Company and held at the Rose Hall Resort and Spa in Montego Bay this week. It ended yesterday.
Andrew Desnoes, chief executive officer, J. Wray and Nephew; Alsion Roach, Mojo marketing promoter; Joy Stephenson, Mojo marketing and Media; Olivia Grange, minister of culture, youth and sports; international golfer, Chritina Kim; Ed Moses, vice-president, Mojo Marketing and Media and Chesna Haber of Appleton Estate, are in high spirits at the golf tournament on Wednesday. - Contributed
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The Ladies Professional Golf Tournament welcome reception was held at the Rose Hall Resort and Spa in Montego Bay on Tuesday. The tournament ended yesterday. The event was organised by The Mojo Marketing and Media Company.