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Published: Saturday | July 27, 2013 Comments 0
Training assistant at Guardsman Group of Companies, Steve Blair, is attacked by this guard dog during a demonstration of a training session at a dog show hosted by the security group as part of the atttractions at the UWI, Western Jamaica Campus Bazaar held at the Old Hospital Park, along the Hip Strip in Montego Bay.  - Photo by Barrington Flemming
Training assistant at Guardsman Group of Companies, Steve Blair, is attacked by this guard dog during a demonstration of a training session at a dog show hosted by the security group as part of the atttractions at the UWI, Western Jamaica Campus Bazaar held at the Old Hospital Park, along the Hip Strip in Montego Bay. - Photo by Barrington Flemming
A smiling Tamika Williams of Ahhh Ras Natango Village, St James, shows off a blouse to these two ladies who came to do a bit of shopping at the University of the West Indies, Western Jamaica Campus Bazaar, held on Saturday at the Old Hospital Park to raise funds for needy students at the University.
A smiling Tamika Williams of Ahhh Ras Natango Village, St James, shows off a blouse to these two ladies who came to do a bit of shopping at the University of the West Indies, Western Jamaica Campus Bazaar, held on Saturday at the Old Hospital Park to raise funds for needy students at the University.
These young songbirds (Singing Jewels) brought smiles to those present at Monday's ground-breaking exercise for the construction of a multimillion-dollar auditorium at the Corinaldi Avenue Primary School. The group consists of (from left) Rhonae Lumonas, Amelia Dennis, Leasa Beadle, and Danielle Thomas.
These young songbirds (Singing Jewels) brought smiles to those present at Monday's ground-breaking exercise for the construction of a multimillion-dollar auditorium at the Corinaldi Avenue Primary School. The group consists of (from left) Rhonae Lumonas, Amelia Dennis, Leasa Beadle, and Danielle Thomas.


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