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Something extra

Published:Friday | March 30, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Scotiabank executives with the gorgeous Sara Lawrence (centre), as they celebrate the wrap of a successful staging of the Automobile Dealers' Association (ADA)/Scotiabank Motor Show, held last weekend at the National Arena. From left are Linley Reynolds, Gladstone Whitelocke and Wayne Powell. Scotiabank dropped the rates on its ScotiaWheels loan to 9.5 per cent.
Dr Lisa Lindo (left) is happy to receive a gift bag from the lovely Sara Lawrence (right) and Scotiabank's Kamala Duncan on Sunday at the ADA/Scotiabank Motor Show held at the National Arena.
The final set of young women chosen in the preselection process pose with the members of the Miss Jamaica World team at Spartan Health Club recently.
The ICAJ Writers' Club is now up and running. And yes, Vintoria Bernard, Peter Powell (centre) and Carlton Barclay do appear to be reading. Be assured the club is about brainstorming ideas and unlocking your inner author. The launch was on March 20 at the ICAJ Secretariat on Ruthven Road in St Andrew. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
J. Wray & Nephew Master Blender Joy Spence (left) with Tanisa Samuel, western operations manager, J. Wray & Nephew, smile for Something Extra.
From left: Natalie Spence, Francyne Lee and Stacey Ingram enjoy the J. Wray & Nephew-sponsored Reserved evening of culinary excellence. - Contributed photos
From left: Executive chef of Tryall Club, Kai Bechinger, with Richard Ferdinand, marketing manager at Tryall, and Chef Andy Trousdale of Le Bistro Restaurant, at the J. Wray & Nephew-sponsored Reserved event on Tuesday.
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