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Published: Friday | April 27, 2012 Comments 0
Joydene Jarrett (left) gets a warm greeting from Brenda Cuthbert at the JPS and Partners Co-operative Credit Union Limited 57th annual general meeting, held at the Jamaica Conference Centre, Duke Street, on Saturday, April 21.
Joydene Jarrett (left) gets a warm greeting from Brenda Cuthbert at the JPS and Partners Co-operative Credit Union Limited 57th annual general meeting, held at the Jamaica Conference Centre, Duke Street, on Saturday, April 21.
Ayana Thomas (second right) is an enthusiastic winner of six months' vehicle-loan payments, and free motor insurance for a year, in the CIBC FirstCaribbean 'Win 6' Promotion. Sharing her elation are (from left) bank executives Owen Francis, district manager, retail, wealth and small business, Orian Kentish, sales team leader, and Robert Wright, district manager, retail.
Ayana Thomas (second right) is an enthusiastic winner of six months' vehicle-loan payments, and free motor insurance for a year, in the CIBC FirstCaribbean 'Win 6' Promotion. Sharing her elation are (from left) bank executives Owen Francis, district manager, retail, wealth and small business, Orian Kentish, sales team leader, and Robert Wright, district manager, retail.
David Wan (left) and Ertis Blake have each other's ear.
David Wan (left) and Ertis Blake have each other's ear.
Derrick Tulloch, president, JPS and Partners Credit Union, and Maxine Wilson, general manager, Palisadoes Credit Union, seem to have found something of interest in copies of credit union publications. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Derrick Tulloch, president, JPS and Partners Credit Union, and Maxine Wilson, general manager, Palisadoes Credit Union, seem to have found something of interest in copies of credit union publications. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Roger Grant, head of Scotia Private Client Banking, shares a joke with ATL Automotives' Judith Denton during the launch of the bank's 2012 Jamaica Polo Open tournament at Scotia headquarters, Constant Spring Road, on Tuesday, April 17. Audi is one of the participating teams. - Contributed
Roger Grant, head of Scotia Private Client Banking, shares a joke with ATL Automotives' Judith Denton during the launch of the bank's 2012 Jamaica Polo Open tournament at Scotia headquarters, Constant Spring Road, on Tuesday, April 17. Audi is one of the participating teams. - Contributed
Vaughn McDonald (left), Delroy Redway (second left), Albert Dawkins and Marcia Wentt-Hyman catch up on the latest news.
Vaughn McDonald (left), Delroy Redway (second left), Albert Dawkins and Marcia Wentt-Hyman catch up on the latest news.
Anita Chin gets a hug from proud dad Hubie on the carnival route on Sunday. - Contributed
Anita Chin gets a hug from proud dad Hubie on the carnival route on Sunday. - Contributed
Many music lovers are probably unaware that a relative of a former prime minister of Jamaica is a reggae singer. From left are New York-based rising reggae star Leighton Miller, Jamaican-born pop producer Carlisle Young, fresh from a stint in Brazil, and Steadman Shearer, aka Jah Jah Yute, cousin to Hugh Shearer and reggae singer, at the opening of the ultra-posh 440 Sound Studios in West Paterson, New Jersey, three nights ago. - Contributed
Many music lovers are probably unaware that a relative of a former prime minister of Jamaica is a reggae singer. From left are New York-based rising reggae star Leighton Miller, Jamaican-born pop producer Carlisle Young, fresh from a stint in Brazil, and Steadman Shearer, aka Jah Jah Yute, cousin to Hugh Shearer and reggae singer, at the opening of the ultra-posh 440 Sound Studios in West Paterson, New Jersey, three nights ago. - Contributed

It's all systems go for the Scotia Private Client Group Jamaica Open Polo tournament set for Sunday, see you there!






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