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Published:Saturday | February 18, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Island Entertainment Brand/Margaritaville's corporate marketing manager, Britt Mitchell (left), and her colleague, Diana Wilson, corporate sales manager, with entertainer Tifa Brown (centre) during an appreciation party at Margaritaville, Montego Bay. - Contributed photo
Jade-Ann Sterling, a 14-year-old student of Irwin High School in St James, displays her $20,000 cash prize.
From left: Sharon Crooks, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Local Government; Noel Arscott, local government minister; Charles Sinclair, chairman of the St James Parish Council and Mayor of Montego Bay; Colin Fagan, minister of state in local government; and Angela Brown-Burke, local government senator with St James councillors at the parish council on Wednesday. - Photo by Christopher Thomas
Farmer Sydney Porter (third right) and members from the community pose with the 300-pound yam, which was reaped from Porter's backyard in Williamsfield, Westmoreland. - Photo by Dalton Laing
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Jade-Ann Sterling, a 14-year-old student of Irwin High School in St James, displays her $20,000 cash prize and first-place trophy for winning the 'Copy the Stars Talent Show', at The Wexford Hotel in Montego Bay on February 4. Jade-Ann, who portrayed pop singer Rihanna, gave a scintillating performance to win the title.- Contributed

The show raised a little over $100,000 for the New Vision Kindergarten and Preparatory School (formerly New Vision Basic School). It was organised by the Miss Teen Jamaica Contest to help build a new classroom for the school.