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Published:Saturday | March 17, 2012 | 12:00 AM
From left: Chargé d'affaires at the United States Embassy in Kingston Isiah Parnell shares the spotlight with Irwin High School awardees Kevina Atkins, Rushawn Campbell, and Sutanya Earle, and teacher Sheena Sterling during the United States Ambassador's Achievement Awards ceremony held recently at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.
Christine Davidson (second left) is inducted into the Kiwanis Club of Westmoreland Capital. Also in the picture are (from left) club president Dwight Lawrence; Julie Kasantaroeno, immediate past district governor for Division 25; and Lieutenant Governor Clifford Peddie. - Photo by Dalton Laing
LIME 4G representatives Tash-Chane Case (right) and Suzette Powell (centre) explain to The Gleaner's Janet Silvera how to use the new Mi-Fi during the roll-out of 4G in the parish of St James on Monday. People living in Bogue can now experience 4G.- Contributed
From left: Charles and Holly Housen, with Michael Merchant of Coffee n Creme Café, celebrated their first anniversary of operating in Montego Bay by participating in the Wise Women's Club fund-raiser in Westmoreland on Sunday.- Photo by Mark Titus
AT LEFT: Tamika Brown and her son Bradley Wright spend time together during the Wise Women's Club charity event in Westmoreland.- Photo by Mark Titus

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