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Something Extra

Published:Saturday | July 11, 2015 | 11:56 AM
Yaneik Brown (left) of the Entertainment Department at the Sunset Beach Resort and Spa makes a fashion statement with bartender Nicholai Brown (not related).
Hopeton Ridgard (left), client relations officer at the Montego Bay branch of Jamaica Money Market Brokers (JMMB), has the full attention of entrepreneur, business coach and trainer Yaneek Page (centre) and Patria-Kaye Aarons, owner of Caribbean Sweetie, prior to the start of the recent JMMB’s Living Your Dream forum at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.
Vilma Campbell (lef), the principal at Chetwood Memorial Primary, in Montego Bay; and Dr. Michelle Pinnock (right), the Regional Director at the Ministry of Education Region Four, pose with theschool's top GSAT students Brittany Gordon (2nd left), Shannaia McDowell (3rd left) and Anthony Brackett, during the school's recent graduation exercise in Montego Bay.
Shelly Kelly of the Sales Department at Sunset Beach Resort and Spa in Montego Bay got a lot of attention at the resort’s recent staff awards in her eye-catching outfit.
Priya Bassaragh (right), one of the eight girls, who created history recently when they became to first girls to graduate from the 119 year old Cornwall College, which up until two years ago was an all boy institution, collects her diploma from Tamara Anderson-Reid, the school's Sixth Form Coordinator at Cornwall College, during the 2015 Valedictory Service, in Montego Bay.
Ron Daley (left), Social Development Commission parish manager for Westmoreland, comparing notes with Pius Lacon, chairman of the Westmoreland Parish Development Committee, during a recent Gleaner Editors’ Forum in Savanna-la-Mar.
Santriena Gordon (left), a graduate of the Supreme Preparatory and Kindergarten School, in Montego Bay; pose for a photograph with Ron McKay (2nd left), the owner of the ADS Global Jamaica all-Centre; Nella Perrier (2nd right) , the principal of Supreme Preparatory; and Andrey Brevett, another graduate of Supreme Preparatory, during the school’s annual school-leaving ceremony in Montego Bay recently. The students were the beneficiaries of gifts from Mr. McKay.

The graduation circuit in Western Jamaica has been abuzz. While there were colourful ceremonies at schools such as Chetwood Memorial Primary and Supreme Preparatory and Kindergarten School, Cornwall College took pride of place.

Of course, there were other events of note in the west over the past week. The Gleaner's Western Bureau was on hand to capture the events as they unfolded, and today, we will give you a little Something Extra.