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New President of the Rotary Club of Montego Bay, Amber-Gail Grandison, took the dance floor with the outgoing president, Nana Boakye-Agyemang.
New President of the Rotary Club of Montego Bay, Amber-Gail Grandison, took the dance floor with the outgoing president, Nana Boakye-Agyemang.
Antonette Taylor is flanked by Ricardo Robinson (left) and Paul Thompson at the Rotary Club of Montego Bay Annual Installation Ceremony on Saturday.
Antonette Taylor is flanked by Ricardo Robinson (left) and Paul Thompson at the Rotary Club of Montego Bay Annual Installation Ceremony on Saturday.
Gavin Anderson, vice-president of the Rotaract Club of Montego Bay, shares lens with Whitney McKenley, president.
Gavin Anderson, vice-president of the Rotaract Club of Montego Bay, shares lens with Whitney McKenley, president.
Rotarians Shaneil Lawson (left) and Deidre Shawing pose for our camera at the Rotary Club of Montego Bay Annual Installation Ceremony last Saturday.
Rotarians Shaneil Lawson (left) and Deidre Shawing pose for our camera at the Rotary Club of Montego Bay Annual Installation Ceremony last Saturday.
New President of the Rotary Club of Montego Bay, Amber-Gail Grandison, took the dance floor with the outgoing president, Nana Boakye-Agyemang.
New President of the Rotary Club of Montego Bay, Amber-Gail Grandison, took the dance floor with the outgoing president, Nana Boakye-Agyemang.
Gabriel Tickle is flanked by Ashley Deans (left) and Imani Peterkin at the Rotary Club of Montego Bay Annual Installation Ceremony last Saturday.
Gabriel Tickle is flanked by Ashley Deans (left) and Imani Peterkin at the Rotary Club of Montego Bay Annual Installation Ceremony last Saturday.
Dominica Pradere receives her award as Rotarian of the Year 2020-2021 from Nana Boakye-Agyemang.
Dominica Pradere receives her award as Rotarian of the Year 2020-2021 from Nana Boakye-Agyemang.
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Air traffic controller Amber-Gail Grandison, 33, flashed the brightest smiles on Saturday evening as she was installed as the 60th president of the Rotary Club of Montego Bay. Grandison is the youngest to hold the post and only the 14th woman president of the club. Transitioning from being the president of the Rotaract Club to now president of the Rotary Club of Montego Bay, her confidence and pride were on show at the installation ceremony at Day-O Plantation Restaurant & Bar in Granville, Montego Bay. Someting Extra shares some of the highlights.