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Something Extra

Published:Monday | April 26, 2010 | 4:00 AM
Prime Minister Bruce Golding receives Jamaica's Ambassador-designate to the United States, Audrey Marks, at Jamaica House last Thursday. Golding has urged her to identify more investment opportunities between the two countries. - Contributed
Chen Fenjian (left), vice-president, China Communications Construction Company; Mike Henry (centre), transport and works minister; and Sun Ziyu, chairman and president, China Harbour Engineering Company Limited, at a reception hosted to celebrate the launch of Palisadoes Shoreline Protection and Rehabilitation Works, held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kingston, last Thursday. - Photo by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Shari Kemble (left) and Rasher McNeish give us the model look at the Chinese Harbour Engineering Company reception. - Photo by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Attorneys Stephen and Marsha Bailey exit the Holy Trinity Church in Montego Bay on Saturday after exchanging vows. - Photo by Janet Silvera
Jomo and Nateline Cato make a fashion statement at Marsha and Stephen Bailey's wedding at the Holy Trinity Church in Montego Bay on Saturday. - Photo by Janet Silvera
These three beauties are all smiles at the official opening of the GraceKennedy Financial Centre in Montego Bay last Thursday. They are (from left) Chorvelle Johnson, vice-president of business development, First Global Financial Services; Gail Sommerville-Abrahams, senior marketing manager; and Elizabeth Chung, marketing manager at Jamaica International Insurance Company. The centre houses First Global Bank, First Global Financial Services, the Jamaica International Insurance Company and Allied Insurance Brokers. - Photo by Noel Thompson
Montego Bay's cabaret singers Sandra Coke (left) and Nashalla Lindo pose with Finance Minister Audley Shaw at the official opening of the GraceKennedy Financial Centre in Montego Bay last Thursday. - Photo by Noel Thompson
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Montego Bay seemed like the place to be last week. GraceKennedy Financial Centre was officially opened in the resort city last Thursday and then a fab wedding yesterday. And there were happenings in the Corporate Area to boot.